Ask SAM: How Do I Stop Birds Hitting Glass Doors and Windows?
Q: We keep having a problem with a bird that slams against our glass door. What can we do?
How to Stop Birds From Flying Into Your Windows
Do you want your windows to be bird-friendly? Help reduce the casualties among our winged friends with these simple tips. Check out today’s blog post!
Flying High: For more than 100 years, the U.S. has recognized...
In 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson officially established Flag Day, it marked the anniversary of the Second Continental Congress creating a unified colonial army and the Continental Colors for what became the American flag.Two years after forming the army in 1775, Congress passed a resolution to...
Fresh Fix: DIY Costumes, Instagram Workshop, Flying & More
Sick of spending way too much time googling DIY costume ideas? Well, you're in luck. Read more. Half Off JH
Top students recognized at board meeting
Woodward School Board members honored the Woodward High School valedictorians and salutatorians Monday night during their monthly meeting at the administration building.
Flying High: For more than 100 years, the U.S. has recognized Flag Day
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Painter James Morton still flying high at 100
Aviation enthusiast was born 25 days before first non-stop transatlantic flight ended in Clifden
How to keep backyard chickens from flying the coop as Hurricane Florence approaches
In addition to traditional pets like cats and dogs, many people in the Carolinas also have chickens that they keep in their yards which they will need to prepare for Hurricane Florence as the storm approaches.
Parasailing Safety: What to Know About Flying From A Boat
Are you thinking about heading south to warmer climes to get a break from winter's snowy, slushy, icy punishment? It's a great strategy, but it means you’ll
UCO students recognized for Top Academic Achievement
University of Central Oklahoma students Hannah Mette, Alexis Guerrero and Dason Townsend recently received UCO Scholastic Awards in recognition of their exceptional academic work during the 2017-18 academic year.
Westview Middle students recognized by Duke TIP
Each Spring, Duke TIP holds special award ceremonies to honor seventh grade talent search participants who do exceptionally well on the ACT or SAT. The State Recognition Ceremony is hosted
What’s flying over Loop 250?
The Texas Parks Wildlife Department website describes their nests as “gourd-shaped” and says the birds use about 1,000 mud pellets to build a single nest. The Cornell Lab of Ornithology website says these common birds are sociable and are nearly always found in large groups. Nickell says a colony of Mexican free-tailed bats lives in the expansion joints of the overpass. “Talk about something that’s very…
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Tips for flying with an infant
Are you and your infant headed on a trip this summer. While traveling with a baby can be stressful, following these tips from Crystal Lake Travel can help make for a smoother flight.
Pennywise: Old fashioned ideas for feeding birds
During the freezing cold of a South Dakota winter, we make a special feed for our winter birds, a reader told me. Her idea follows:
Retiring Without An Income Plan Is Like Flying Without GPS
After decades of work, easing into retirement can be an exciting time. But the luster can wear off quickly if there’s not a good retirement-income plan already in place when those weekly paychecks stop, especially if it becomes clear that retirement savings and Social Security aren’t enough to cover expenses. “Some people retire with no …
How can we REALLY prevent birds from flying into our windows?
Bird's-eye view: How dead birds are changing windows at USU
Each year, hundreds of birds die on the Utah State University campus after flying into the windows they can't see. USU associate professor Kim Sullivan and her students are researching how to stop...
What Are the Laws About Flying with Weed?
As someone who flies often, and does so with cannabis on my person, the differences between how various airports deal with cannabis is striking. I often fly out of PDX with an ounce of flower, along with several low-dose edibles. I did so on a recent trip to Nashville. But flying home out of their airport, BMA, I performed my southern airport pre-flight ritual of going through all my carry-on and checked baggage—twice—to make certain...