William Marvy Company, the last known manufacturer in North America of the poles, typically sells 500 of them each year, down from 5,100 in the companyâ€™s late-1960s heyday.
Bob Zumstein has been lecturing on timber rattlesnakes for years and recently had been invited to talk to two Marcellus Shale companies about where workers might encounter these venomous suckers and what they should do if they spot one.
FlightCar aims to put vehicles left in airport parking lots to use by offering them up for short-term loans.
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The site, NoteUtopia.com, which was launched in August, is intended to function as an online community, a place to network, discuss courses and rate professors.
Logan, a biologist in Idaho Springs, Colo., turns waste from breweries into a fish-food ingredient.
With the recent launch of JetBlue’s Promise Program, many tourism operators have been working on similar programs to stimulate travellers from the ranks of those recently unemployed.
Laura Silverthorn is the founder of Mother Ink, they make temporary tattoos for expectant mothers.
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