Landscapers Use 20-Ton HEMTT To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims Trapped On Roofs

Sep 12, 17 Landscapers Use 20-Ton HEMTT To Help Hurricane Harvey Victims Trapped On Roofs

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On Monday, August 28, Williamson County Sheriff Robert Chody posted a photo on Twitter of a home on which a series of tents had been pitched on the roof. The photo had been taken in Houston, Texas where Hurricane Harvey has done the most damage, bringing up to 20 inches of rain. Tents can be used in a variety of ways and typically...

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Rescuers Under Attack During Rescue Attempts In Hurricane Harvey

Sep 11, 17 Rescuers Under Attack During Rescue Attempts In Hurricane Harvey

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According to experts in landscaping, your lawn should get one inch of water per watering session to keep it in the best condition. This is the optimum amount for the greenest and most healthy lawn. Unfortunately, millions of Americans in the southern half of the U.S. has seen more than 25 inches of rain thanks to Hurricane Harvey....

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Vegetarian Diet Correlated To Lower Cholesterol Levels, Study Finds

Aug 29, 17 Vegetarian Diet Correlated To Lower Cholesterol Levels, Study Finds

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Around 10% of U.S. Adults, or some 22.8 million people, say that they follow a largely vegetarian-inclined diet. Many vegetarians believe it is a healthy alternative to the traditional, super-sized American diet. And a new study only further backs up these claims with the finding that a vegetarian diet can potentially lower an...

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Florida Veterinarian Arrested On Three Felony Charges Of Animal Cruelty

Aug 28, 17 Florida Veterinarian Arrested On Three Felony Charges Of Animal Cruelty

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A veterinarian in Central Florida is facing multiple charges for animal cruelty and neglect. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office investigated the home of Dr. Gail Anne Nichols, 66, and her husband Paul Craig Smith, 74, in Lakeland, Florida after receiving a tip about various animals on the property suffering from abuse....

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Court Reporter Position: More Demand Than Supply

Aug 22, 17 Court Reporter Position: More Demand Than Supply

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The “war for talent” rages on as more people enter the workforce, and as a result it has become increasingly important to pick an education wisely. And while record numbers of young people are choosing to invest in four-year Bachelor’s degrees, some of the country’s most in-demand jobs don’t actually...

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