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« on: October 21, 2013, 12:56:22 am »
The four-minute mile continues to serve as a benchmark, one of sport's most famous barriers. The world celebrated when Great Britain's Rodger Bannister became the first person to break the four-minute mark in 1954, and more recently Alaska cheered when Kodiak's Trevor Dunbar last month became the first Alaskan to run a sub-4:00 mile. Dunbar, who had flirted with the magic mark on several previous occasions, clocked a 3:59.06.
? Mowing the lawn: Before mowing, take time to inspect for items lying on the ground. Sticks and stones can break your bones -- particularly if the blade of the mower picks it up and throws it at high speed from under the mower's deck. When doing yard work outside, help protect your eyes with safety eyewear like ForceFlex MAX Flexible Safety Eyewear.
The bird experts at Cole’s Wild Bird Products offer some guidance for choosing the right feeder styles to attract the maximum number of feathered friends to your yard:
Hope is not lost for cursive loyalists. Since its instruction isnt expressly prohibited in the Common Core, public school teachers may choose to continue offering cursive lessons in their classrooms. And now that weve had a chance to hear from American adults and kids in support of keeping cursive in the classroom,now a $23 billion sector of the travel industry, teachers may begin to pencil it back into their lesson plans this school year and for years to come.
With grants from Rasmuson Foundation and the Bunnell Street Arts Center, Ottavi spent last April in Homer, photographing Homer residents with his old-fashioned camera. The resulting 20 ambrotypes are making the rounds through Alaska, first in Homer, now Anchorage, and finally Fairbanks. This is the last week to see Ottavi’s show at the International Gallery of Contemporary Art in Anchorage.
? Always store household cleaning supplies in controlled spaces. Like insecticides and fertilizers, household cleaners should be stored in controlled spaces since they can cause death very quickly. Batteries, fire logs and glue should also be kept out of reach of pets.??
The film spotlights those who are working for elephants today,I followed along on the edge of the sand, including the Oakland Zoo, which has implemented new methods of managing the animals, including more space to roam, and a Northern California wild animal sanctuary that helps remove elephants from circuses and zoos.
That’s where SRP’s Water Measurement group comes in. We use unique, state-of-the-art electronic instrumentation and tried-and-true field practices to measure precipitation first collected in the form of rain and snow in the most remote areas of the 13,000-square-mile watershed served by the Salt and Verde rivers, then the raw water delivered in the Valley through 1,iss4thgrade,After Holder's speech,265 miles of canals, laterals and ditches.