Mobile| High Definition Anchors: Jillian Stone and Kara Lyman- Track Meet, Top Classes for Pennies For Patients, and Pottery Package.
Mobile| High Definition Anchors: Jillian Stone and Kara Lyman- Top Classes for Pennies For Patients, Track Meet, Turn in NJHS Forms, Ray Lozano, Egg Hunt Winner, and Guest Teachers Package.
Contributed by Robert Lyman © 2019 We were remiss in not reporting previously on the Canadian Taxpayer Federation (CTF) 20th Annual Gas Tax Honesty Report published on May 17, … Continue reading via Friends of Science Calgary http://bit.ly/2vpksRf April 22, 2019 at 10:19AM
January 1923 Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise Written by George Gershwin Best seller Al Jolson – Toot Toot Tootsie Goo Bye The fourth year of George White Scandals, a revue show ran at the Globe Theatre on Broadway from August to November 1922 and featured the song Ill Build […]
By Muriel Bristol (Transcriber) | April 22, 2019 Some immediate associates and successors of Miss Sarah L. Benson, a Milton Teacher of 1891-95, were Misses Bertha M. Terrill, Lillian A. McAllister, Anna F. Berry, M. Emilie McClary, and Theodora A. Gerould. This would take us up through the close of the 1913-14 year. Some Nute […]
I’ll be brief today. This song is great and speaks for itself. Mostly. The amazing beat and instrumentals came first, so naturally it’s what we tend to focus on. But like other U2 songs, the lyrics are amazing, too. They have that deeper meaning of being comfortable in both secular and sacred settings. Yes, the […]
April 1 winter accumulation at the longer term North Cascade SNOTEL stations (Fish Lake, Lyman Lake, Park Creek, Rainy Pass, Stampede Pass and Stevens Pass). For North Cascade glaciers the accumulation season provides that layer of snow, that must then last through the melt season. A thin layer sets the glaciers up for a mass […]
KAPOHO >> Across the pitch-black volcanic landscape, studded with skeletal trees, stretches a hardened lava river approximately 150 yards wide. Last May and June it flowed red as a gushing artery for 8 to 9 miles from fissure 8 in Leilani Estates to the ocean. Its surface is now a jagged obstacle course of cracks, […]
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
By Muriel Bristol (Transcriber) | April 20, 2019 We encountered previously Miss Sophia Cushing, a Milton Teacher of 1796-05. Here we have a biographical sketch of a Milton teacher of nearly one hundred years later. Miss Sarah L. Benson taught at Milton’s newly-opened Nute High School, in September 1891. She would have been working with Principal […]
U.S. Nuclear Power Plants Weren’t Built for Climate Change, [excellent pictures on original] Bloomberg , By Christopher Flavelle and Jeremy C.F. Lin, April 18, 2019 In 2011, after an earthquake and tsunami caused a meltdown at Japan’s Fukushima-Daiichi power plant, Gregory Jaczko, then the chairman of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, had to worry about two […]
A New Kind of Nuclear War; The Pentagon pushes for fission for fighting, POGO,BY MARK THOMPSON 19 Apr19 “…… the Pentagon wants to build flyable and truckable nuclear-power plants to generate the power U.S. troops need to wage war deep in hostile territory.The concept of micro-nuclear power plants on the battlefield is both inspired and insane. The […]
Watchdog Sounds Alarm Over Regulatory Capture as New Reporting Shows Nuclear Plants Unprepared for Climate Crisis https://www.commondreams.org/news/2019/04/19/watchdog-sounds-alarm-over-regulatory-capture-new-reporting-shows-nuclear-plants “We do not have an independent regulator that is heeding its mandate to protect public health and safety first.” by Andrea Germanos, staff writer New reporting highlights how the nation’s nuclear power plants are woefully unprepared to handle the […]