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Robbins joins salon Allison Robbins has joined Still Cuttin’ Up salon, located at 365 S. Fourth St. Robbins does cuts, colors and waxes. She attended Durham’s beauty school. Hours are 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and...
WGNO NEWSResearch published in the Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology states that talking to yourself could actually have brain benefits and help your memory. Researchers from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and the University of Pennsylvania...
When your former governor and your favorite Sudanese embassy-protesting movie star head to the clink the same week, it's time to rethink how you talk about prison. Starting with the word "prison." Boring! And really, clink? We can do better than that....
Clark County Health DepartmentGrandparents are more active in their grandchildren’s lives than ever before. Many grandparents are supporting their children by providing childcare, housing, and/or financial support. There are also more grandparents raising their grandchildren...
Chris Boerboom has been appointed interim director of the North Dakota State University Extension Service. Making the announcement was Ken Grafton, NDSU vice president for Agriculture and University Extension, director of the North Dakota Agricultural...
A new teacher training program designed to help girls and minorities succeed in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics is focusing on how small actions in the classroom can affect a student's achievement. The Educators' Equity...
Four finalists for Northern State University athletic director have been named. The national search began in October following the retirement of NSU Athletic Director Bob Olson at the end of this academic year. Finalists include: Joshua Moon Moon is...
Last week, I started down the road talking about the Land Grant Act, which established colleges of agriculture and mechanics. As you might remember, the Land Grant Act gave 30,000 acres of public land to each state for each of its senators and...
At the start of most school years, Northern State music professor Allan Jacobson presents a recital on the piano. That program doesn't sneak up on him. “I'm working right now on what I'm going to do next fall,” he said Monday. Jacobson knows exactly...
email@example.comFor the second year in a row, the Danville-Boyle County Chamber of Commerce celebrated the business year with a bang, honoring local leaders while also cutting loose on the dance floor. After years of holding a traditional dinner and awards program,...
"Engineered Doomsday." "Mutant Bird Flu." These may sound like the names of disaster movies, but they are headlines on recent news reports about experiments involving the H5N1 influenza virus. The H5N1 virus is known as a "bird flu" because it mainly...
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