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  1. Trout taking bite out of caddisfly population

    Mohave Daily News54 minutes ago

    Trout are taking a bite out of the population, but the caddisflies are still terrible, according to Bullhead City Pest Abatement Manager Joe Iburg. “The spring numbers seem lower than last year ...

  2. In this week’s Thomas Index, we’re going to take a look at sourcing activity for Precision Machining by users in the Thomas Network at Thomasnet.com. Precision Machining is a process in which ...

  3. Engineers at the University of Washington recently unveiled their RoboFly, a cordless robot with independent flaps for flying. The unit utilizes an embedded circuit and photovoltaic cell to ...

  4. US House votes against farm bill

    The Huntington Herald-Dispatch3 hours ago

    The House of Representatives rejected a sweeping piece of legislation Friday that, among other changes, would have imposed stricter work requirements on people who get help from the federal ...

  5. Insect ambassadors

    Texarkana Gazette4 hours ago

    On a warm but windy May day, the insects have been busy feeding on chestnut blossoms, the trees of the Unter den Linden boulevard and flowers on nearby rooftops. The hive on the riverside ...

  6. Mexico's second presidential debate started Sunday night with all four candidates insisting that mutual respect must be the basis for their country's relationship with the administration of ...

  7. We should study how mass killers come to be

    Galveston County Daily News4 hours ago

    Specious arguments, it seems, are a natural byproduct of terrible events such as the shooting Friday at Santa Fe High School in which eight children and two adults were shot dead and more than ...

  8. Washington’s Pax Americana Cartel

    The American Conservative5 hours ago

    The launch of The American Conservative in October 2002 was itself an act of dissent, either courageous or quixotic depending on your point of view. This has been notably true on all matters ...

  9. Insect-borne diseases on the rise

    Beauregard Daily News6 hours ago

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, insect-borne diseases are on the rise. The CDC cites ticks, mosquitoes and fleas as being responsible for an increase of illnesses ...

  10. Letter: Meet the ‘Beetles’

    The Argus Leader6 hours ago

    Found in 32 states, as well as Ontario, Quebec and Manitoba, these insects have killed more than 100 million North American trees. Now, the plague threatens 85,000 in Sioux Falls.

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