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  1. Frost Advisory Overnight Saturday into SundayRead the original story w/Photo

    5 min ago |

    Temperatures will drop into the middle 30s Saturday night. Combined with light winds, areas of frost will develop.


  2. Yaw announces more farmland preserved in Bradford, Lycoming counties RSSRead the original story

    8 hrs ago |

    Additional acres of Bradford and Lycoming farmland will be preserved following this week's approval of the purchase of conservation easements by the state Agricultural Land Preservation Board, according to state Sen. Gene Yaw . Yaw said that nearly 260 acres of farmland in Leroy Township, Bradford County, will be preserved from non-agricultural development, and 94 acres of farmland in Cogan House Township, Lycoming County, will also be preserved.


  3. Thompson's Committee Investigates Cost of Wildfires RSSRead the original story

    12 hrs ago |

    Congressman Glenn 'GT' Thompson , chairman of the House Subcommittee on Conservation and Forestry, on Thursday led a House Agriculture hearing to review the 2015 fire season and long-term trends in forestry across the nation. Appearing before the panel was U.S. Forest Service Chief Tom Tidwell, followed by several expert witnesses from the private sector.


  4. Gambia: Gambia Validates Strategy to Boost Cassava ProductionRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago |

    Stakeholders from various sectors of The Gambia recently validated the national cassava development strategy during a forum held at a local hotel in Kololi. Speaking on behalf of the FAO country representative, Buba Joof said the National Agricultural Research Institute, with funding from FAO, has been implementing a technical cooperation programme in the past 15 months geared towards introducing high yielding cassava varieties.


  5. Bummer: USGS Blows Up SC 1000 Year Flood Meme, Denies 'Climate Change' LinkRead the original story

    Mar 25, 2015 | Right Wing News

    Many, many hyperventilating news outlets yammered on about the "1000 year flood" after the days and days and days of rain in in the Carolinas, especially South Carolina . Super-Warmists Eric Holthaus even took it up a notch and called the floods "Biblical" Sadly, this is exactly the type of event we can expect to see more of as the planet warms.


  6. Dti Data Recovery Develops Specialized Synology Nas Raid Data Recovery ToolsRead the original story

    7 min ago | Digital Post Production

    With landmark hard drive recovery software like Recover It All Now and Speed Clone for Windows it is easy to see why DTI Data is counted among one of the top data recovery facilities in the industry. It is this philosophy that brings to bear one of our most powerful tool sets.


  7. Grain market roundtableRead the original story

    11 min ago | World-Grain

    Ideas that after wheat futures had set season lows, in effect, multi-year lows, prices were poised to turn higher were quashed by unexpectedly bearish August Crop Production and World Agricultural Supply and Demand Estimates reports issued Aug. 12 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Corn and soybean futures prices plunged on production and yield forecasts well above trade expectations.


  8. Microsoft co-founder launches $500 million quest to build an artificial brainRead the original story w/Photo

    11 min ago | The Peninsula

    SEATTLE, USA: Paul Allen has been waiting for the emergence of intelligent machines for a very long time. As a young boy, Allen spent much of his time in the library reading science-fiction novels in which robots manage our homes, perform surgery and fly around saving lives like superheroes.


  9. Everyone has a sacred cow: Horse slaughter banned in the USRead the original story w/Photo

    16 min ago |

    New York, Oct 10: Everyone has his 'sacred cow'. Even the American who ridicules the Indian's opposition to cow slaughter.


  10. Two Odisha farmers commit suicide over crop lossRead the original story

    18 min ago |

    Amid fears of a possible drought due to scanty rainfall, crop loss and loan burden, two farmers allegedly committed suicide in Odisha's Bolangir and Sambalpur districts. Agriculture Minister Pradeep Maharathy on Saturday asked the district administration and agriculture officials to file a report on the suicide cases in two districts.


  11. Insider Buying: John Buhler Acquires 54,600 Shares of Buhler Industries StockRead the original story

    22 min ago |

    Buhler Industries Director John Buhler acquired 54,600 shares of the business's stock in a transaction that occurred on Wednesday, October 7th. The shares were purchased at an average cost of C$5.70 per share, with a total value of C$311,220.00.


  12. Halifax voters will be called to special Town Meeting next monthRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | The Deerfield Valley News

    Selectboard member unexpectedly resigns HALIFAX- The Halifax Selectboard's decision to hold a special Town Meeting in November to put a clarifying zoning amendment to public vote will have unexpected and immediate consequences for the town's governance.


  13. ADB calls for strengthening public-private partnership to fight climate changeRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago | Trend

    Climate change is the preeminent challenge of the modern time and financing needed to mitigate and adapt to its impacts, President of the Asian Development Bank , Takehiko Nakao said. He made the remarks during the meeting of the heads of multilateral development banks/92nd meeting of the Development Committee/Developing Markets Forum in Lima.


  14. Program puts Sproch on science fast trackRead the original story w/Photo

    23 min ago |

    Sproch loves Science -- Hannah Sproch of Duncannon is a senior at Susquenita High School where she is preparing to attend college for biochemistry and pursue a career with the Center for Disease Control and travel abroad. Hannah Sproch of Duncannon is taking her senior year of high school pretty seriously.


  15. Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys are raising a ruckusRead the original story w/Photo

    26 min ago | The Guardian

    Gordie MacKeeman & His Rhythm Boys have been on a roll since 2011 when they won the awards for both roots traditional recording of the year and instrumental recording of the year at the Music P.E.I. Awards. Their recordings have sold well, but it is their live shows which have cemented their reputation as one of the most dynamic and engaging acts to come out of the East Coast in the past few years.


  16. Real-Time Linux, 3D printed bicycle, Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages, and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    37 min ago | Red Hat Magazine

    In this week's edition of our open source news roundup, we take a look at an open source 3D printed bicycle, the Real-Time Linux collaborative project, Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages project, and more. Soon you will be able to 3D print your own bicycle! And, at the cost of roughly US $450.


  17. Cotton futures end lower, despite surprise US crop downgradeRead the original story

    43 min ago |

    Cotton futures ended a topsy turvy day in negative territory after US officials, noting hurricane damage, unveiled a small, but unexpected, downgrade to domestic crop hopes - but raised expectations for world supplies. The immediate market reaction was positive to the US Department of Agriculture's Wasde crop report, which cut by 5 pounds per acre, to 784 pounds per acre, in the estimate for the average yield - when investors had expected an upgrade.


  18. Nobel laureate chemist Richard Heck, 84, dies in ManilaRead the original story w/Photo

    47 min ago | The Star Online

    American chemist and Nobel laureate Richard Heck died in Manila on Saturday after years of illnesses that left him almost penniless, relatives of his Filipina wife said on Saturday. Heck, 84, along with Japanese Ei-ichi Negishi and Akira Suzuki, won the Nobel prize in chemistry in 2010 for inventing new ways to bind carbon atoms that were used in research to fight cancer and produce thin computer screens.


  19. Latest Healthy Food Gimmick: Omega-3 Fortified SteaksRead the original story w/Photo

    51 min ago | MSNBC

    Health-conscious consumers might be persuaded to eat more beef if it was fortified with heart-healthy omega-3 fatty acids naturally found in salmon and walnuts, according to researchers and some ranchers who are feeding cattle flaxseed - even marine algae - with an eye to offering another wholesome dinner choice. People have long been told they can decrease their risk of heart disease by eating more omega-3 fatty acids, the kind salmon get from algae.


  20. Kuehnert Dairy Farm is hosting their annual festival throughout the month.Read the original story w/Photo

    56 min ago | WANE-TV Fort Wayne

    FORT WAYNE, Ind. One farming family is giving anyone the chance to go behind the scenes of their operations.