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COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) - Jake Anderson didn't have to delve too deep into the University of Missouri's agricultural economics program before realizing he was destined to return to the 1,500-acre family farm. After all, that's been the Anderson family trade...
After building up the Glendale Community College men's and women's teams and leading each to appearances in the California Community College Athletic Assn. Golf Championship, Greg Osbourne resigned his post as coach to become Cal State Bakersfield's...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Primary care doctors should ask adults how much and how often they drink alcohol and counsel those with risky and dangerous drinking habits, a government-backed panel said today. Based on a review of studies conducted since...
Sylvester Young, a former music professor at Ohio University, has been selected as FAMU's new marching band director. Officials at Florida A&M University in Tallahassee announced early last month that they were interviewing two people for the job of...
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Christian Caine SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. — Jennifer Blackford Fountain has been promoted to general manager at Christian Caine in Shepherdstown. In her new position, Fountain is responsible for overseeing all store operations and staffing....
BENJAMIN ZULLI has joined Weichert Realtors' Bethlehem office as a sales representative. Active in the industry, Zulli holds membership in the National Association of Realtors, Pennsylvania Association of Realtors and the Lehigh Valley Association of...
ReutersBy Alister Bull EL RENO, Okla., April 29 (Reuters) - Federal Reserve officials, as a rule, can expect a tough crowd when they visit places like Oklahoma where suspicion of big government runs deep. Esther George, president of the Kansas City Fed, is...
We oldsters enjoy our idle time, and whenever a few of us gather, we love to talk of family, philosophy and the latest local, national and international news. Yes, discussion gets a little heated whenever the talks turn to politics. But so far, we all...
A woman who was injured when a double-decker Megabus on its way from Chicago to St. Louis smashed into a concrete pillar is suing the bus line. Yanxin "Amy" Zhou suffered injuries that left her "disabled and disfigured" in the accident near Litchfield...
Tribune reporterA woman who was injured when a double-decker Megabus on its way from Chicago to St. Louis smashed into a concrete pillar last summer is suing the bus line. Yanxin (Amy) Zhou sustained injuries that left her “disabled and disfigured” in the...
ReutersNEW YORK (Reuters Health) - People make more educated decisions about screening tests when they're given a personalized assessment of their own risk, rather than one-size-fits-all information, according to a new review of past studies. Those personalized...
MONTECITO — Her final pep talk wasn't a pep talk at all. Kirsten Moore was beyond pep. Her final pep talk, given while surrounded by her Westmont College women's basketball team before the NAIA national championship game, was her chance to say...
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