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As a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, Georgina Gustin writes about food-related issues, among other topics. Her travels for "Plains Gold" took her to... [Read More]
Parents dragged their children back into a McDonald's and forced them to apologise to the manager they spat a... [Read More]
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The Herald-Tribune's upcoming BuilderFest event will attempt to bring home the effects of the new federal tax law."Home Building (and Owning) in a New Tax... [Read More]
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Waste from MU dinning halls which can be composed does not always end up at Bradford Research Center. Instead, food, plates and utensils often ends... [Read More]
And the crowds asked him, "What then should we do?" In reply he said to them, "Whoever has two coats must share with anyone who... [Read More]
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Guess which state has the highest poverty rate in the country? Not Mississippi, New Mexico, or West Virginia, but California, where nearly one out of... [Read More]
The Flagstaff Family Food Center, Food Bank & Kitchen Board of Directors announced this week that Executive Director Lindsey Spear is resigning to spend more... [Read More]
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In Venezuela, food prices continue to climb despite efforts by the socialist government to rein in the runaway inflation. [Read More]
Scattered remnants of a diminishing boreal forest are the last footholds for the state-endangered northern flying squirrel in northeastern Pennsylvania. The diminutive nocturnal rodent, with... [Read More]
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poutine with tenderly cooked rabbit, or crepes loaded with butter and maple syrup. "I always say the best way to see Quebec," said my guide,... [Read More]
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Truefarm Foods India, a 100 per cent organic food company, on Sunday said it was looki... [Read More]
Health inspectors looked into reports of maggots, mold, and dirt in jail food, and labels saying "goat head" and "not for human consumption."... [Read More]
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The knuckle-cracking cold that accompanied most of the country out of 2017 also followed most of us into 2018. Worse, it didn't come alone. Much... [Read More]
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A new, highly effective typhoid vaccine — the only one safe for infants — has been approved for global use by the World Health Organization.... [Read More]
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The San Juan County Sheriff's office responded to the following calls:... [Read More]
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San Juan County's 2018 point in time homeless count will be conducted on Thursday, Jan. 25. Count organizers and volunteers work with local family resource... [Read More]
Food fuels our bodies, but we also have an emotional connection with food. We celebrate, mourn and unfortunately medicate with food. Emotional eating can sabotage... [Read More]
These are the food inspection scores for Dec. 29 through Jan. 10 performed by the Ector County Health Department. Violations dock points, with a perfect... [Read More]
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Last year has come to a close, and you may be reflecting on all of the memories you made throughout the year, the successes you... [Read More]
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THE GOVERNMENT has faced accusations from a group of British fishermen that claim the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs has helped a group... [Read More]
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