NEW PLATEAUS End of Extinction?
In the future, we might be able to worry about one less thing: extinction. This goes for species whose numbers are currently low, but also for those which no longer walk the earth.
Advances made now... Posted on 3/25/13 at 9:28 AM
SLOWING THE RACING MIND Technological Advances
Earlier this week, I had a rather chaotic day. In the morning, I wrote on my hand to remind myself of a task to email Rick. At lunch, I noticed it on my hand and realized that I had not seen the insi... Posted on 9/21/12 at 7:00 AM
HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Home Appliances Have Joined the “Smart” Revolution
Did you ever believe it was possible that your refrigerator would tell you what to buy, cook or eat? What about being able to download new washing cycle for your washing machine or have your oven and ... Posted on 7/13/12 at 8:39 AM
JIMMY JABBER Flood proved worth of electronic media
Duluth was treated to Mother Natures softer side during Grandmas Marathon weekend so much so that the News Tribune pointed it out in the headline of a follow-up story Monday.
What she brought out ... Posted on 6/24/12 at 12:00 AM
Wisconsin is losing out on jobs because the state’s high-speed Internet service is not extensive enough – or fast enough – according to Reed Hall, director of the state’s Economic Development Corporation.
High School Senior Mackenzie Merriman invites people in and around River Falls to finally discard their old cell phones in a way that protects the donor and environment plus benefits the St. Croix Valley Habitat for Humanity.
MADISON – The next quarterly deadline for registrations is Thursday, Feb. 28, and the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection (DATCP) reminds Wisconsin residents to add their numbers to the list or to renew their registrations if it has been more than two years since the number was added.
Lawmakers bickered over where to hold public hearings about the pending bill many say will encourage more mining in Wisconsin. Some say hold it where the mining would take place; others want to meet in the north, near affected mining-equipment manufacturers.
Two of River Falls’ electric linemen traveled from western Wisconsin first to Pennsylvania then to New Jersey to help restore electricity after Superstorm Sandy pummeled the upper East Coast just before Halloween.
Findings from extraordinary scientific research in the heart of Antarctica -- the IceCube Neutrino Observatory -- that includes a UW-River Falls connection will be presented on campus and at a Main Street café the week of Nov. 26-Dec. 1.
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