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  • Post time: Sep-18-2021

    Rex Schmidt and his wife have been grazing and farming near Greensburg, Kansas for 35 years, where the hills have turned into grasslands and the green pastures are full of birds. Like many other producers in the United States, Schmidt hopes to invest in the future of the family business. Over the...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-18-2021

    Rex Schmidt and his wife have been grazing and farming near Greensburg, Kansas for 35 years, where the hills have turned into grasslands and the green pastures are full of birds. Like many other producers in the United States, Schmidt hopes to invest in the future of the family business. Over the...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-02-2021

    August 14-The Honolulu Forensic Medical Office today identified a 41-year-old man named Elia S. Laeli who was shot and killed by the police in Kalihi earlier on Wednesday. Honolulu police stated that the police received an assault call in the 1300 block of North School Street before 2:30 in the m...Read more »

  • Post time: Sep-02-2021

    After the Civil War, Manhattan’s Fifth Avenue became an enclave of high society, and developers built magnificent mansions from 59th Street to 78th Street. In the following years, other wealthy families began to build similar homes in the Upper Town (now called the Upper East Side), marking the b...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-27-2021

    The handball court of the Indira Gandhi Sports Center in Una has been closed for seven years due to uncompleted civil works. In October 2014, the then Minister of Industry Mukesh Agnihotri laid the foundation for the handball court of the Indira Gandhi Sports Center in Una. Seven years have passe...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-19-2021

    Since the establishment of CN in 1871, the construction industry has undergone tremendous changes. Lem Bingley assesses some of the key breakthroughs that define today’s industry For most people in the construction industry, it may be surprising to learn that instant fund transfers are 150 years ...Read more »

  • Post time: Aug-06-2021

    Santa Fe-Today, the state Supreme Court upheld the first-degree felony murder conviction of a Santa Fe County man who killed three members of a family in northern New Mexico when he was 16 years old. In the unanimous opinion, the state’s Supreme Court concluded that when Nicholas Ortiz was senten...Read more »

  • Post time: Jul-23-2021

    Midland, Michigan (WJRT)-A rare item found after Lake Wixom was emptied from the Edenvale Dam collapse last year is being fully restored: A century-old steam shovel was pulled out of the lake bed. The Thew O steam shovel was submerged in 1925. It is believed to be one of only two remaining. Its o...Read more »

  • Post time: Jul-15-2021

    On a Friday afternoon, 31-year-old Ahuva Adanani stopped at the Coconut Rob juice stand in Fort Greene, Brooklyn to taste a friend’s bright green juice. On a Friday afternoon, 31-year-old Ahuva Adanani stopped at the Coconut Rob juice stand in Fort Greene, Brooklyn to taste a friend’s...Read more »

  • Post time: Jun-22-2021

    Charleston, West Virginia (WOWK)-As the state has reported nearly 500 new COVID-19 cases, three counties are now shown in red on West Virginia’s county alert system map. The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources has confirmed 495 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours. ...Read more »

  • Post time: Apr-02-2021

    In Chinese history, the Chinese used the machete as a military weapon of war, and the machete has been used in all ages, and slash-and-burn is a description of the important role of the machete in ancient times. As the times developed, the machete was gradually replaced by advanced machinery, but...Read more »

  • Post time: Apr-02-2021

    Carbon steel is the traditional material used for making machete blades. Carbon is added to iron to give the iron strength and increase the hardness of the alloy, but increasing the carbon content also makes the steel more brittle. Carbon steel has been around for over 4,000 yrs. The use of carbo...Read more »

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