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U.S. Government Boosts STEM Education Awareness Through Forever Stamps

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In an effort to raise awareness about the necessity and underlying value of education within the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields, the U.S. government has issued a series of commemorative Forever first class stamps. The stamps are intended to “pay tribute to the study of science, technology, engineering, and math,” according to The74. The […]

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The Feral Hog Population Grows in Alabama and Wreaks Havoc on Real Estate

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In Alabama, the feral hog problem is getting worse. Farmers and homeowners alike are concerned with the negative effects that the hog population creates for harvests and properties. For many farmers, controlling the hog population is a necessary part of the job. Hogs are ambitious omnivores and eat most anything that they see, including crops. […]

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Telemedicine Programs Are Improving Health Care Access Across The US

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Telemedicine, a recent and convenient form of health care, has been improving the health of many Americans in more than just rural areas. According to the National Public Radio, the rise of telemedicine has been keeping both rural and urban Americans out of the Emergency Room for non-urgent problems by improving the access, cost, and quality […]

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Is More Snow Coming to Alabama on New Year’s Eve? Weathermen Say… Maybe

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Earlier this December Alabama residents were taken by surprise when up to 10 inches of snow suddenly fell. Unlike northern regions of the country that are used to regular December snowfalls, Alabama residents aren’t accustomed to heavy snow at any time of year. As a result, the snowfall caused a number of traffic accidents throughout […]

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Chief Federal Judge Rebukes Attorneys For Delay Requests In Houston Flood Case

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A chief federal judge rebuked several government lawyers during a hearing on Wednesday, December 20, for seeking delays in a flooding lawsuit. According to the Houston Chronicle, more than 1,500 Houstonians are suing the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers for building their homes inside of the floodplains of Houston’s dams. During the initial hearing to […]

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