Sonoco announces the closure of tube core operations at its Wisconsin facility | Wisconsin

The California Department of Resources Recycling and Recovery (CalRecycle), Sacramento, has released the results of a year-long study it conducted in 2021 that analyzed the state’s waste disposal practices. The study found that California’s 39.3 million residents and 1.7 million businesses generated an estimated 76.7 million tons of material in 2021, compared to 77.4 million … Read more

Nevada County shows its true blue colors

It’s not hard to find Nevada County if you look at one of these red and blue maps showing how California counties voted. We’re the only blue county in the east of the state. If there were any doubts about where the county stood politically in recent years, the recent midterm elections have removed those … Read more

Disabled vs Disabled: What are the differences? – HEADQUARTERS

CHOOSE REGION rectangleCreated with Sketch. WN Lifestyle Home – Health Photo by Unsplash Originally posted at: Monday, November 28, 2022 at 9:56 PM CST Sponsored: promotional content According to the CDC, at least 26% of adults in the US have some type of disability. Does that mean they are all disabled? Not technical. People … Read more

Two Tennessee Titans lead voting to AFC Pro Bowl

In the latest update of Ari Meirow From Pro Football Focus, two Tennessee Titans players receive well-deserved national recognition by leading their positions in the Week 13 Pro Bowl vote. Titans running back Derrick Henry is unsurprisingly the top vote-picker among AFC running backs, while rookie punter Ryan Stonehouse gets the nod in the Special … Read more

Kentucky by Heart: An Often Overlooked KY Author; buzzer beater from EKU; Wilmore’s generosity and more

By Steve FlairtyKentucky by heart The pantheon of Kentucky’s great 19th- and 20th-century writers includes James Lane Allen, John Fox Jr., Harriette Arnow, Janice Holt Giles, Robert Penn Warren, Wendell Berry, Bobbie Ann Mason, and dozens of others. One that is often overlooked is Elizabeth Madox Roberts, born in Perryville, Kentucky in 1881 and raised … Read more

Montana officials are urging the judge to remove the limit on wolf killings

HELENE, Mont. (AP) — A Montana judge said he will decide Tuesday whether to continue temporary restrictions he has placed on wolf hunting or restore quotas and hunting methods pending a court hearing over changes in the species and manner as the state estimates the size of the wolf population informing hunting quotas. Monday’s court … Read more