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  • Education Matters: Antonovich's arguments are short-sighted

    Education Matters: Antonovich's arguments are short-sighted
    Editor's Note: Numerous instances of plagiarism have been discovered in Dan Kimber’s “Education Matters” column, which ran in the News- Press from September 2003 to September 2011. In those columns where plagiarism has been found, a...
  • Shell and Pennzoil team up with Helio Castroneves

    Shell and Pennzoil team up with Helio Castroneves
    HOUSTON, Texas (Dec. 2, 2010) – Tonight Shell Oil Company (Shell) and Penske Corporation unveiled their 2011 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and IZOD IndyCar Series car line-up along with important driver details for the 2011 season. Officials from both...
  • Eyedrops for CVS

    Eyedrops for CVS
    After a long day of staring at a computer at work, many people relax by staring at a different computer at home. Between spreadsheets and Facebook, our eyes are seeing more pixels than ever before. If you spend a lot of time in front of a computer,...
  • Would You Try Dracula Blood Therapy?

    Would You Try Dracula Blood Therapy?
    Dracula used to drain his victims of their blood to steal their life force, but through modern technology, doctors may have found a way to return some of that stolen vitality to their patients. We know that blood can be used to save lives, but did you...
  • 'Mad Men' recalls 1960s best and worst

    As you news media consumers know, an earth-shaking event took place last week; big enough to blow the presidential campaign, the pope's travels, the Supreme Court and health care, and even Kate Middleton's latest frock off the magazine covers. Yes, it...
  • GS Industries of Bassett to expand, creating 35 new jobs

    GS Industries of Bassett to expand, creating 35 new jobs
    GS Industries of Bassett is expanding its business, creating 35 new jobs in the process.  The company in Henry County will produce parts for Kids II, Inc.  “At a time when domestic manufacturing continues to struggle, we’re bucking the...
  • Cargill announces Wichita plant expansion

    Cargill announces Wichita plant expansion
    Today Cargill announced a $2.6 million investment into its oil production facility in Wichita. The expansion will allow the company to produce renewable electrical insulation fluid for power transformers as part of its Industrial Oils and Lubricants...
  • 60 new jobs coming to Lynchburg's Tessy Plastics

    60 new jobs coming to Lynchburg's Tessy Plastics
    A Lynchburg company is expanding adding 60 new jobs to the city. Tessy Plastics is spending $4.8 million to expand its facility at the Lynchpin Industrial Center. Tessy serves the medical disposables market with custom injection molding products. The...
  • El Bulli chef wants a piece of the pizza pie

    El Bulli chef wants a piece of the pizza pie
    Ferran Adrià, the internationally acclaimed chef whose El Bulli in Spain is revered as the world's premier outpost of gastronomic inventiveness, has ventured to Italy to learn a more humble art, pizza making. And perhaps not surprisingly, some Italians...
  • John Barry dies at 84; former executive made WD-40 a household name

    John Barry, the unpretentious Midwesterner who made a San Diego product called WD-40 into a national sensation by "breaking all the Harvard Business School rules," died July 3 at a skilled nursing facility in La Jolla of pulmonary fibrosis. He was 84....
  • Jeanne-Claude dies at 74; collaborated with artist-husband Christo

    Jeanne-Claude dies at 74; collaborated with artist-husband Christo
    Jeanne-Claude, whose collaboration with her husband Christo in creating massive environmental works of art such as the 24-mile-long "Running Fence" in California in the 1970s attracted worldwide attention for decades, has died. She was 74. Jeanne-Claude,...
  • 'Plastic' lab confers a form of immortality

    'Plastic' lab confers a form of immortality
    The first thing you notice upon entering the tidy white room is the pervasive smell of formaldehyde. Then you see four people in lab coats cutting into an enormous, dripping elephant's heart. A few feet away is a table strewed with a human head, feet and...