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Brian Ewing Beckley, age 83, died on April 26, 2013, at MidMichigan Medical Center Gratiot in Alma, Mich. Brian was born on April 2, 1930, in Amble, Montcalm County, Mich., to Clifford and Marguerite Northon Beckley. He spent his early years on the...
The lawyer picked Thursday to succeed Patrick Fitzgerald as Chicago's U.S. attorney is a former federal prosecutor best known for taking on corrupt politicians and powerful institutions such as the University of Notre Dame. Zachary Fardon would take...
MADISON, Wis. - On May 7, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) awarded $19.5 million to support research, education and Extension activities associated with climate solutions in agriculture aimed at the impacts of climate variability and change on...
A skeleton straddles a bicycle, a muscle-bound athlete winds up for a baseball pitch, and another figure stares blank-eyed into the distance. The whole body specimens displayed as part of "Bodies Revealed," an Atlanta-based exhibition of preserved,...
HARBOR SPRINGS — Soon, a different kind of bicentennial war exhibit will open at the Harbor Springs Area Historical Society, thanks in part to an $8,000 grant from the Michigan Humanities Council that the society received May 10. The exhibit,...
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In a medical first, doctors used plastic particles and a 3-D laser printer to create an airway splint to save the life of a baby boy who used to stop breathing nearly every day. It's the latest advance from the booming field of regenerative medicine,...
By the end of high school, 12% of teens say they have taken a stimulant medication for reasons other than to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). But parents, including many of those whose kids are taking ADHD drugs in a bid to boost...
Picking a volunteer vacation is a lot like dating: The choices are mind-boggling, but finding the right fit takes work. Treat the search like a job. Opportunities to travel and immerse yourself in a different culture are everywhere. You can enlist...
San Jose Mercury NewsBay Area scientists believe they have discovered the Typhoid Mary of the frog world: a flat, feral creature that carried a deadly fungus from Africa to California's ponds and puddles through global trading. Genetic analysis revealed that eight of 206...
Milwaukee Journal SentinelWhat happens when a disease-fighting charity dives into venture capitalism? In the first case of its kind, the results include one of the planet's most expensive pills, huge sales projections for a drug company and windfalls for executives who sold...
Grand Forks HeraldNorthwood church to mark Syttende mai a day late Women of Northwood (N.D.) Evangelical Lutheran Church will celebrate Syttende mai 4 to 7 p.m. today, May 18 with a Norwegian Smorgasbord featuring rommegrot, sweet soup, herring and desserts, as well as...
The Charlotte ObserverCarolinas HealthCare System has selected a staff surgeon at Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital to become its chief of pediatric surgery. Dr. Anthony Stallion will work throughout the system, including Levine Children's Hospital and Jeff Gordon...
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