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Mr. Robert S. Stahl, of Hermitage, passed away peacefully in O’Brien’s Memorial Health Care Center in Masury, Ohio, on Wednesday March 16, 2011 at 1:30 p.m. He was 95 years old. Mr. Stahl was born on April 19, 1915, in Berlin, to his parents...
MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — The river that submerged vast swaths of Australia’s third-largest city last week surged again Friday and began flooding some Brisbane suburbs, as rivers in Australia’s southeast soared to record heights....
Geophysical Institute researcher Regina Hock and her colleague Valentina Radic have calculated that the rate of sea-level rise due to the meltwater from glaciers in Alaska and elsewhere will increase by as much as 60 percent by the year 2100. Half of...
Tags: Europe, Glaciers, Science, New Zealand, Alaska
Daniel Claude Carmichael, Jr. was born in Marion County, South Carolina on March 2, 1922. He passed peacefully with his family by his side on January 16, 2011, in Pasadena, California, after a long battle with Alzheimer’s. The second of seven...
Arizona needed more guns, not less To the editor: We know that Jared Lee Loughner, the Tucson shooter, was armed with a 9mm Glock 19 semiautomatic pistol, a slightly smaller version of the Glock 17. But did you know that his was not the only gun there...
KIAHYou might have heard the hole in the ozone is closing. Time Magazine mentioned it. That'd be big news... if it were true. Back in the 80s, Scientists discovered a hole in the ozone layer 10 miles up over Antarctica. They figured out one big cause was...
Tags: Air Pollution, Environmental Pollution, KIAH
Each year, since 1973, National Ag Day is celebrated on or close to the first day of spring, with the purpose of providing special recognition of the food and fiber industry's contributions to America. This special tribute builds unity in the food and...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Breads, Education, Pancakes, Schools
email@example.comANARCTICA -- A Marshfield High School student got the trip of a lifetime. Taylor Barth is traveling to Antarctica with 60 other students from around the world. He called KY3 News from a glacier to talk about his adventure. "Right now we just stepped...
Tags: Travel, Glaciers, Trips and Vacations, Landforms, New York
firstname.lastname@example.orgMARSHFIELD, Mo -- A Marshfield High School student is back home after a two-week long trip to Antarctica. Taylor Barth had a little rough patch when he got back. He wasn't able to go back to school because he was sick. Once he healed, however, he...
Tags: Travel, Trips and Vacations
Dear Tom, What are katabatic winds and do we get them in Chicago? —Peter Kreug Dear Peter, Katabatic winds are gravity-driven, downslope winds that transport cold, heavy air from higher to lower elevations. They are a feature of mountainous or...
FOX 17 MeteorologistA chain e-mail is going around once again that has many people in West Michigan asking FOX 17 Weather if the photos in it are real. Last winter, photos started circulating on the Internet claiming giant icebergs with amazing striped patterns are...
Tags: Unrest, Conflicts and War, Defense, Armed Forces, WXMI, Michigan
Mar 22, 2011 |Story| Daily American
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