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Montana Grizzly Footballer nominated for Academic Heisman

(photo courtesy of the University of Montana) The National Football Foundation announced Wednesday that Montana offensive tackle Dylan Cook has been named a semi-finalist for the prestigious William V. Campbell Trophy, known as the “Academic Heisman.” Senior Associate Athletic Director Jean Gee, who oversees much of the academic progress and …

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How an 11-foot-tall 3D printer helps build community

Square feet Three-dimensional printing can create almost any object. A partnership in Mexico puts this theory to the test, building a village for residents living in poverty. Pedro García Hernández, 48, is a carpenter in Tabasco state in southeastern Mexico, an area of ​​the country surrounded by tropical forests where …

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UK offers thousands of visas to overseas truckers to address driver shortage

While business groups generally welcomed the government’s decision, some expressed doubts about its sufficiency. The government overthrow also comes after Britain’s transport and logistics industries pleaded with lawmakers to ease visa restrictions for European Union drivers. Logistics UK, a trade group, had applied for 10,000 seasonal visas for drivers, similar …

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“Slave Play” is back on Broadway

“Slave Play,” the buzzing and provocative drama that was nominated for 12 Tony Awards but won none, will return to Broadway this fall. Playwright Jeremy O. Harris announced the plan just after midnight Monday morning, about an hour after the awards ceremony, at an after-party to celebrate “Slave Play” and …

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Parallel play isn’t just for kids

“Want to read quietly next to each other in Riverside Park?” I texted a friend on a Sunday afternoon in July. I was exhausted from being out too late the night before and filled with the terror that hangs on those last weekend hours – but I didn’t want to …

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Gas prices start to fall from summer highs

According to data from GasBuddy, they found that gasoline prices in Wyoming fell 3.4 cents over the past week to an average of $ 3.47 per gallon, and 8.4 cents lower. than a month ago, down from $ 3.55 per gallon. It comes after the summer season when people were …

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