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    1. Jack Aeby, a Manhattan Project worker who created the only high-quality color photograph of the detonation of the world’s first nuclear device at Trinity Site in 1945, died June 19 surrounded by family at his home in La Mesilla. He was 91.

    2. Jack Aeby, a Manhattan Project worker who created the only high-quality color photograph of the detonation of the world’s first nuclear device at Trinity Site in 1945, died June 19 surrounded by family at his home in La Mesilla. He was 91.

    3. FCC's Pai talks of rural services

      The Marysville AdvocateJul 01 12:48 PM

      KNDY Radio owner Bruce Dierking serves as host to FCC commissioner Ajit Pai Tuesday. Photo by Sarah Kessinger FCC commissioner Ajit Pai stopped at KNDY Radio Tuesday to meet with station owner Bruce Dierking and other area radio station representatives while on a tour of Nebraska and Kansas.

    4. MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) - To most people, ticks are loathsome, disease-riddled little bloodsuckers. Best avoided. To Roman Ganta, they're a scientific subject worthy of a life's work. He's setting up a breeding facility in Manhattan, Kansas, just for ticks. Soon he'll be rearing thousands of the tiny arachnids, trying to ...

    5. Rashon Burno joined the Cornhuskers in May after three seasons on the Florida bench.

    6. by Joaquin Sapien Updated (Jun. 11, 2015): A worker at the Boys Town group home in Brooklyn was arrested on Thursday for allegedly falsifying a logbook showing that three runaway teens were in bed at the time they had in fact fled the home and allegedly raped a woman in Manhattan. See more below. In 2013, New York City began an experiment in how to more safely and effectively deal with children...

    7. Studio heads, showrunners and producers on favorite spots, whether it's drinking at Hotel Bel-Air, smoking at Grand Havana Room or gorging on meat at Chosun Galbe.

    8. Obituaries reported in the July 2, 2015, Advocate

      The Marysville AdvocateJul 01 11:03 AM

      These obituaries were reported in the July 2, 2015, Advocate: Ruby Blaske, June Davison, Scott "Squig" Farrant, Dora Gross, Mary Margaret O'Toole Hook, Stephen Morgan, Rudolph Vopata, Frank Wessel, Harry Wullschleger, Vickie Schroller.

    9. CSCAA Announces 2015 Scholar All-America Teams

      Swimming World MagazineJun 30 08:52 AM

      The post CSCAA Announces 2015 Scholar All-America Teams appeared first on Swimming World News . Swimmers and divers have traditionally been considered excellent students and the numbers tend to back it up. The College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) has designated a record 406 The post CSCAA Announces 2015 Scholar All-America Teams appeared first on Swimming World News .

    10. The chairman of a Chinese company that develops online games has agreed to pay $2,345,678 for a private lunch with billionaire investor Warren Buffett, winning a charity auction. This yea...

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