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Reflecting on speed limit changes: At Slower Pace, Less of Rat Race

Reflecting on speed limit changes: At Slower Pace, Less of Rat Race

In late 1973, amid scant oil supplies and talk of dramatically lowering the 70 mph speed limit, State Journal part-timer George Hesselberg set…

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After 100 years, more is being discovered about UW mastodon

After 100 years, more is being discovered about UW mastodon

"Instead of having one historic mastodon, our museum now has two," Geology Museum official said.

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School Spotlight: Creekside students drum for fitness

School Spotlight: Creekside students drum for fitness

Drumming gets the heart rate up.

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Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: The further decline of honeybees could hit home

More than 40 percent of honeybees in managed colonies died during the past year, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said last week. Sharply different responses to the numbers indicate how politically charged the subject has become, with envir…

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Pages from history May 12, 1973

Pages from history May 12, 1973

In 1973, a U.S. District judge dismissed all charges against Daniel Ellsberg, the military analyst who released the Pentagon Papers, citing government misconduct.

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