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Archive: August 3, 2011

HARTFORD, Conn. - Thousands of pounds of food are thrown away by stores across the region each week, but Foodshare is hoping a new program will get more of that food into the hands of the hungry. The Volunteer Retail Food Pick-Up Program is designed to connect volunteers who can spare a few hours a ...Read More

CHOTEAU, Mont. - The hunting business is holding its own along the Rocky Mountain Front, remaining strong even during the recession. Hunting always has been considered good business in Montana, whether setting up shop in the industry or successfully bagging big game and birds. New data from Montana ...Read More

MADISON, Wis. - A measure making its way through the Wisconsin Legislature would change a 162-year-old requirement that government bodies have specific responsibility to repair local roads and bridges. Opponents say the change would allow them to shirk responsibility for damage and injuries caused b ...Read More

GREENSBORO, N.C. - Colorful backpacks and shiny new pencils will be flying off the store shelves this weekend as North Carolina goes tax-free from Friday to Sunday for school supplies, clothing and footwear, as well as some recreational equipment and computers. According to one teacher, however, the ...Read More

BISMARCK, N.D. - A major new initiative from the American Heart Association will put a 12-lead electrocardiograph in each of the roughly 1,000 ambulances which serve North Dakota. The 12-lead EKG, which fully graphs heart activity through wires attached to a patient's chest, is needed to diagnose w ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - The third time was not a charm for federal agencies' latest plan to protect endangered salmon species in the Northwest. Late Tuesday, U.S. District Court Judge James Redden described their third plan in 10 years, called a Biological Opinion, as "not cautious or rational," and has g ...Read More

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