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UW-Madison professor gets corny with new seed variety called 'Who Gets Kissed?'

UW-Madison professor gets corny with new seed variety called 'Who Gets Kissed?'

Back in colonial times, before the advent of hybrid seeds that ensured every ear of corn in a given variety looked exactly alike and could be …

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With Sam Dekker producing his own hello-world moment on the same stage Kaminsky once did, the duo was the driving force behind the Badgers’ tension-filled, 85-78 victory over the Wildcats at Staples Center. 

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Together: An easier way to do hand-me-downs

Saving and reusing children’s outgrown equipment and clothing as hand-me-downs will save you money. On the other hand, it can cost you your sanity and precious time if it isn’t organized properly.

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Pages from history Mar. 29, 1979

Pages from history Mar. 29, 1979

In 1979, a partial meltdown inside one of the reactors at the nuclear power plant at Three Mile Island, caused radioactive gases to be released into the atmosphere.

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