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What makes Armillaria ostoyae such a hard to kill fungus

It is called Armillaria ostoyae, and it’s a gnarled parasitic fungus with long black tentacles that spread out and attack vegetation with the ferocity of a movie monster. His cord-like structures called rhizomorphs seek out and attack trees by sucking up their nutrients. They are known to infect and kill …

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The Day – Nickerson ‘steps aside’ at East Lyme

East Lyme – The first outgoing Republican coach Mark Nickerson on the eve of his departure described himself as a non-politician in a political role. “This job, you get involved because you want to serve,” he said. “But at the end of the day, it’s political work. And you meet …

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Fearing a repeat on January 6, Congress considers changes to the voter count law

WASHINGTON – Members of the congressional select committee investigating the Jan.6 attack on Capitol Hill are pushing to revise the complex and little-known law that former President Donald J. Trump and his allies tried to use to overturn the election of 2020, arguing that the ambiguity of the statute endangers …

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Governor Laura Kelly announces Kerrie Lonard’s appointment as children’s advocate

Governor Laura Kelly announced today that Kerrie Lonard, Lawrence, is the Kansas Children’s Advocate. As Children’s Advocate, Lonard will lead the Children’s Advocate Division, created by Governor Kelly in October to improve our state’s child welfare system and protect children in Kansas. “When we started looking for the Children’s Advocate, …

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Cassidy calls for extra hurricane help for SW La. – American Press

U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy said on Tuesday he hoped additional funds could be allocated to southwest Louisiana to help with ongoing recovery efforts from Hurricanes Delta and Laura, as part of a potential ongoing resolution associated with it. to a provisional budget agreement which should be signed in late December …

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Mayor of Spokane Proposes Mental Health Task Force: “We really need to focus on the collective mental health of our community”

Mayor Nadine Woodward plans to lead the formation of a regional mental health task force in 2022. The task force would aim to identify gaps and weaknesses in mental health care and build regional consensus on Spokane’s needs – and approach state leaders for funding to help fill those voids. …

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“We are afraid every day”: Florida schools are troubled by attacks on teachers

Still images of videos of fighting are seen at Monarch High School in Coconut Creek, Florida. (Document / Sun Sentinel / TNS) FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (Tribune News Service) – When the students returned to school this year, they took with them the energy accumulated after a difficult period in near …

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Customer opinion | Madison Heights Neighborhood Association Board of Directors: Thanking and Continuing to Protect Historic Pasadena Architecture – Pasadena Now

“The Pasadena in which we live and from which we enjoy is the gift of past generations, a particularly fortunate creation born of a judicious choice and a thoughtful construction in a striking environmental setting …” – Katie Harp McLane, co-founder of Pasadena Heritage On Thanksgiving, the Madison Heights Neighborhood …

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DoD Announces Successor to Unidentified Aerial Phenomena Working Group

Assistant Secretary of Defense Kathleen Hicks, working closely with the Director of National Intelligence, asked the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence and Security to establish within the USDO (I&S) office the Group Airborne Object Identification and Management Synchronization (AOIMSG) as the successor to the US Navy Unidentified Aerial Phenomena …

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Tesla Model A – The Tesla Mini Car We Want To See

Remember in 2018, when Elon Musk tweeted that You’re here was working on a mini auto who could “sneak into an adult?” Unfortunately, a few years have passed and we still have to see a mini You’re here EV goes into production. But what is a You’re here mini auto …

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