10 Devon’s 50 Troop Make Eagle Scout including the first girl

DEVON, PA – A pandemic has posed challenges for Boy Scouts as they worked to achieve Eagle rank over the past year, but 10 Devon Troop 50 Scouts will be named Eagle Scouts next week, and the Devon 50 Girls Troop will recognize his first female Eagle Scout. Devon Troop …

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Why the brain and testes are so particularly similar

As I bemoan what could have been with the canceled Netflix series Jupiter’s legacy, we’re going to bring you some of the most interesting and essential science and technology reports from Reverse. Let’s see if we can distract you for a good four minutes today. It’s a long shot, but …

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Does Hendrick Motorsports’ recent race overshadow a flaw?

Hendrick Motorsports’ dominance over the past three weeks has been impressive, but it comes with an important caveat. All three wins were on tracks that are not part of the playoffs. In a season where teams switch to a new car next year and the focus on the playoff tracks …

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Fresno Mom Creates In-Home Membership Program

FRESNO, Calif. (KFSN) – Foods from different cultures and learning how to cook unique dishes are just part of the Global Glory Chasers, created by Fresno’s mother, Dorina Lazo Gilmore-Young. “Global Glory Chasers is a new membership program that our family has started, and it’s really about reaching out to …

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Preserving History: The Girl Scout Experience During COVID-19

GREENWICH, CT – Documenting historical events as they occur is an essential part of human life, as it enables future generations to understand the experiences of those who came before them. The COVID-19 pandemic is certainly one of those historic events – a once-in-a-lifetime global health crisis that has impacted …

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Robert Cruse Harper, 92 – North Platte Newsletter

Robert Cruse Harper, 92, of Sun City, AZ died on March 2, 2021. He was born at his home on April 6, 1928 to Alan Herbert and Amelia [Cruse] Harpist. Robert attended North Platte High School and graduated in 1946. After high school, he proudly served in the United States …

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What is a Knee Meniscus Tear? Doctor of Sports Medicine on Joel Embiid’s prognosis – NBC10 Philadelphia

Sports doctor explains Embiid’s knee injury, prognosis originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia The Sixers announced on Wednesday that their finalist MVP has a small lateral meniscus tear in his right knee. The team classified Joel Embiid as “day to day” and said he would receive physical therapy and other …

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Portugal removed from list of safe trips to UK, blow to airlines – BBC

A man looks at a check-in information sign in the departures area of ​​Terminal 5 at Heathrow Airport in London, Britain, May 17, 2021. REUTERS / John Sibley Britain is set to remove Portugal from its non-quarantine travel list and no new countries will be added, the BBC reported, again …

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Tesla begins to seek leadership talents and top positions in India: report

Tesla Inc has started recruiting for senior and senior positions in India, according to a person familiar with the matter, Bloomberg mentionned. It comes as Tesla confirms its intention to deploy its first fully electric car in India this year and has hired senior executives in the country for some …

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Divers could spread deadly coral disease

Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease in the Cayman Islands (Photo courtesy of DoE) (CNS): Until recently, the deadly stony coral tissue loss disease progressed evenly, but with reports of it appearing in random, unconnected sites, the Department of the Environment now fears that the Divers and boat operators do not …

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