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Christmas coming Saturday to Radcliff

It might be hot and steamy outside, but Christmas is coming to Radcliff on Saturday. The annual Christmas in July event hosted by the Radcliff Woman’s Club is from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Colvin Community Center. Organizer Maria Batistoni said community members of all ages will find something...
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WRAL News

Recipe: Easy, no churn peach ice cream

Editor's note: This is an oldie but goodie recipe on Go Ask Mom. I first learned about this very easy recipe from Parent Hacks, a great website for parenting tips of all kinds. And I had to try it because I always have several cans of sweetened condensed milk in the cupboard and they only get used in December when I'm making seven layer bars. The recipe comes courtesy of Eagle Brand milk.
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What to do with your toddler when your childcare falls through unexpectedly

Sometimes, no matter how foolproof the plans are, life gets in the way. And by "life", I mean when the power is out at the day care center or your babysitter comes down with food poisoning, and suddenly, your very adorable toddler is attending your 9 a.m. Zoom call. While that might not be the worst thing in the world, a day full of work, conference calls and video meetings can be potentially challenging to manage with a little one at your feet. Mama advice 101: have some toddler activities ideas in your back pocket should those life events that we can't control come a knockin'.
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Shoppers invited to Greensburg for annual craft sales event on Saturday

The annual Christmas in July Arts, Crafts, and Vendor Show in happening again this year in Greensburg on July 24 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. It is forecasted to be a hot day, but the Greensburg Rec Center at 600 S. Main St is an air conditioned building, and there will be food vendors present all day. Lighthouse Worship Center is responsible for the planning and coordinating of the event, according to Pam Wagner, who served multiple roles at the church. This is a free event for people to attend, and there are 32 booths that will be selling various goods. There will also be door prizes every 15 minutes. These prizes are all things vendors have chosen to donate. If a vendor donated a door prize, their booth fee was reduced. This is a ministry opportunity for the Lighthouse Worship center.
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Are Wind Turbines a Danger to Wildlife? Ask the Dogs.

Kayla Fratt began preparing for her summer job in March, when a package of frozen bat carcasses arrived for her in the mail. Well, actually, the bats were for her border collies, Barley and Niffler, and it is really their summer job too. They needed to learn the scent of a dead bat, because they would be spending three months on wind farms, looking for bats killed by spinning turbines.
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How To Form The Perfect Burger Patties Every Time

Summer is for barbecuing. Nothing defines the season quite like having a group of friends over while you light up the grill and throw some meat onto cook. Besides making some grilled veggies, the barbecue is also perfect for making burgers. Burgers are the epitome of summer cuisine, but making them can be a little hard. Shaping them and getting them to keep their shape isn’t always the easiest of tasks.
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Linda Diane Crawford Owens

NEW CASTLE — Linda Diane Crawford Owens, 70, passed away July 14 at UPMC Jameson Hospital. She was surrounded by loved ones. Mrs. Owens was born Sept. 21, 1950 in New Castle to Leroy Crawford and Ethel Julia Tilden Crawford. She attended Lawrence County Vocational Technical High School where she...
PoliticsSun-Journal

Pittston Fair in full swing on opening day, crowds expected to rise over the weekend

PITTSTON — For Amanda Plummer and her two sons, Dakota and Dylan Farrington, attending fairs across the state are “their life.”. Plummer, and Dakota and Dylan, 15 and 13 respectively, traveled from Jay for the boys to compete in the Agricultural Day events at the Pittston Fair on Thursday. They, like other vendors and visitors to the fair, had to put a portion of their life on hold due to the events of the past year.
New York City, NYnewschool.edu

Healthy Materials Lab Launches Season 2 of Podcast Focused on Plastic

The Stone, Bronze, and Iron Ages defined human history based on the impact those respective materials had on civilization. Now, we are living in a “Plastic Age,” according to the creators of Trace Material, a podcast from the Healthy Materials Lab (HML) at Parsons School of Design that explores one material each season.
EnvironmentWashington Post

My dad’s prepping for the end times. Climate change makes me think I should, too.

My dad’s a prepper. At 69 years old, he lives alone in a world suddenly plagued by wildfires, extreme heat, novel viruses and sociopolitical unrest. Though he once kept a peripatetic lifestyle — moving between youth hostels, granny units and, at one point, his mother’s garage — he now owns a spacious double-wide in southern Oregon, with room to store plastic tubs filled with military Meals Ready-to-Eat, gallons of water, a reflective blanket and a firearm. He believes the last chapter of his life is coinciding with the last book of the New Testament.
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Los Angeles Times

Nearly 100,000 acres charred by Dixie and Tamarack wildfires

Good morning, and welcome to the Essential California newsletter. It’s Wednesday, July 21. I’m Justin Ray. Two wildfires in the northern part of the state have charred a combined total of nearly 100,000 acres. So far, the pair of blazes have little to no containment. The fires follow warnings from climate experts who have said that high temperatures and dry conditions have created the perfect conditions for a wildfire to thrive. Here’s the latest on the fires currently raging through the state.
Environmentsettingmind.com

Take On the Plastic Free July Challenge With These 5 Products

The summer is finally here and with it comes Plastic Free July, an Australia-based movement and registered charity gone global. Particularly in a packaging-centric, COVID-19, online shopping era, Plastic Free July could not be more timely. Their vision is to create personal engagement and consumer refusal of plastics for the month of July.
PetsBluefield Daily Telegraph

The story of a distressed dog called ‘Newsroom’ had a happy end

How many coincidences must fall into place if you want a story with a happy ending? Can divine intervention play a role? Some of us in the newsroom started talking about coincidence and divine intervention after a dog named Newsroom paid us a visit last Friday. Becky Bennett, a friend...
Lufkin, TXfoodondemandnews.com

Zume Building First Renewable-Powered Compostable Packaging Factory

Zume, a tech-focused pizza brand that morphed into a developer of robots and sustainable packaging, secured $122 million to build the world’s first compostable packaging factory powered entirely by renewable energy. After spending years building bespoke packaging machines and rapid prototyping systems, the company hopes to revolutionize retail and delivery packaging, and reduce the amount of single-use plastic reaching oceans and landfills.
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Linda Diane Crawford Owens, New Castle, PA

NEW CASTLE, Pennsylvania (MyValleyTributes) – Linda Diane Crawford Owens, 70, passed away Wednesday morning, July 14, at UPMC Jameson hospital. She was surrounded by loved ones. Mrs. Owens was born September 21, 1950 in New Castle, Pennsylvania to Leroy Crawford and Ethel Julia Tilden Crawford. She attended Lawrence County Vocational...
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How Progressive Waste Solutions Make a Difference

While many earth activists push for changes like installing solar or other forms of green energy, some solutions go beyond the status quo. Unfortunately, no matter how sustainable your lifestyle is, trash and waste are an inevitable part of life. Luckily, there are eco-friendly waste solutions that can help combat the effects of climate change.
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