Monthly Archives: August 2021

Why Lake Tahoe’s Forests Are At Such A Risk Of Fire

The fire-threatening communities in Caldor and the breathtakingly scenic landscapes around Lake Tahoe – a destination Mark Twain once described as “the most beautiful sight on earth” – is a dramatic, unfolding disaster. But the conditions that led to the evacuation of more than 50,000 people around the south and …

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Belton Parks and Recreation welcomes Soggy Doggy Day

Man’s best friend will again have the opportunity to hang around with his dog’s buds and have a good time at this year’s Soggy Doggy Day. COVID-19 canceled the day last summer, but this year it will take place on Saturday, September 11th, at the Harris Community Park Splash Pad, …

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Army Study Evaluates Dogs Use in Detecting COVID-19> Department of Defense> Department of Defense News

Scientists from the Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Chemical Biological Center are working with the University of Pennsylvania and various canine training facilities to continue research on how dogs can help fight COVID-19 and other chemical-biological threats. A research team led by Dr. Patricia Buckley, the centre’s supervisory biologist and …

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Wentz looks sharp in return for practicing | Sports

WESTFIELD – It wasn’t long before Carson Wentz felt comfortable on Monday. Three weeks after foot surgery, the Indianapolis Colts quarterback looked sharp in his first training camp at Grand Park. He finished 27 of 44 with three touchdowns and a distracted interception while working mostly in seven-on-seven drills. The …

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