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    Ask Dr. K: Ideas for a tasty, healthy breakfast

    04/24/2015 01:05 PM EDT
    DEAR DOCTOR K >> I'm trying to eat better, but breakfast has me stumped. Could you share some ideas for a healthy, balanced breakfast? DEAR READER >> Eating a small, nutritious breakfast is a great way to jump-start the day. 
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    Thom Smith: Blue heron live close together as colony in rookeries
    04/24/2015 12:04 PM EDT - Q: It was interesting to read of the huge blue heron rookery in Easthampton, Mass., which you mention in [your] column and which, unfortunately, has been disturbed by nearby nesting bald eagles. Just yesterday, I had passed a rather large rookery on Full Story

    Ron Kujawski: Making a compost pile is simple task
    04/24/2015 12:04 PM EDT - In case you missed Earth Day (April 22), you can celebrate National Richter Scale Day today by doing something earth shaking ... and environmentally sensible: turn over soils in preparation for planting the vegetable garden, annual flower bed, new Full Story

    Stargazer: Listen, pay attention to the moon
    04/24/2015 12:04 PM EDT - There's an old joke that astronomers love to tell. An elementary school teacher was presenting a lesson about the moon and asked the children which was more important — the sun or the moon — figuring the answer was obvious. Full Story

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    Ask Dr. K: Ideas for a tasty, healthy breakfast

    DEAR DOCTOR K >> I'm trying to eat better, but breakfast has me stumped. Could you share some ideas for a healthy, balanced breakfast? DEAR READER >> Eating a small, nutritious breakfast is a great way to jump-start the day. Full Story
    EDUCATION NEWS
    Maple Street's Bryan wins award for Leadership in Development

    MANCHESTER >> Kate Bryan, Development Director at Maple Street School, was awarded the Timothy G. Scott Award for Leadership in Development from the Independent School Association of Northern New England (ISANNE) at a recent Advancement and Full Story
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    05/15/2014 06:23 PM EDT - "What is up in Laurel Canyon/ The seat of the beat," sang Van Dyke Parks on his "Song Cycle" album in 1968. Full Story