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June 10, 1918

Mon 10   a very fine day the warmest yet   I mowed some lawn & hoed & raked some   I went down town after dinner & got my Bank book   it was Balanced   Mother & Sylvia pict a fine mess of strawberries   Geo King called at the front door before we were out of bed   he wanted to know about fence   I mowed grass for my cow Eve & morn   I set 4 big tomato plants in the barn garden   the girls got the mail after dinner   train late & now at 9,25 it has not come this eve   Isabel & Sylvia washd   I took our wash to Carrie   I filld rat holes with glass & cement & put much dirt filling around the barn & in rat holes   I have been poisoning rats & am in hopes I have our place free of the pests

1898-1923 Leaving The Farm Behind

CU Beats No. 10 Oregon 74-65, Ends Ducks' Streak At 17

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) — An early barrage of 3-pointers caught No. 10 Oregon by surprise. What really rattled the Ducks was Colorado’s steady, stifling defense. 722 more words


Johnson's 27 Points Helps Colorado Beat Wofford 75-60

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – Colorado fifth-year senior Xavier Johnson looks like he’s rounded back into form for the Buffaloes.

Johnson scored a career-high 27 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Wesley Gordon had 10 points and nine boards, leading Colorado to a 75-60 win over Wofford on Sunday. 580 more words


Buffs Have X-Factor Back With Return Of Xavier Johnson

BOULDER, Colo. (AP) – When Colorado coach Tad Boyle draws up Xs and Os this season, he will actually have “X.”

Xavier Johnson, the do-everything player who’s known simply as “X” to his teammates, returns to the court after missing last season with a torn left Achilles tendon. 708 more words


Crimes at the Dark House

Crimes at the Dark House – 1940 – England

The year 1850: A gold prospector in Australia murders another prospector and assumes his identity. Masquerading as Sir Percival Glyde, the imposter returns to London and inherits Glyde’s mansion and estate. 223 more words

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The survival of African Languages: An Analysis

By George King, 2016

There is no doubt that numerous languages within sub-Saharan Africa are under threat of extinction. The indigenous language Aasax, Tanzania, since 1976 has completely disappeared according to UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) 3,134 more words

The World's Corner

Former hockey, baseball coach not guilty on all sexual offence charges

Robert Shaw walked out of Superior Court an innocent man Thursday after a judge found the longtime Riverside hockey and baseball coach not guilty on 10 sexual offence charges involving two boys. 439 more words

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