Cemetery Maintenance Controversy, Recycled Missle Silos, and Other News Items

This installment of an ongoing short news items feature includes stories about a cementary maintenance controversy in Vermont and a proposal by a New York art gallery to recycle missile silos.



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The use of sheep as a groundskeeping crew caused a heated cemetery maintenance controversy in Orwell, VT.
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The potential for mercury poisoning has led the EPA to ban the use of mercury in latex paint.
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One biophysicist speculates that swarms of luminous bugs might be the source of most UFO sightings.
AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF PHYSICS
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The National Directory of Catalogs is a 700 page tome listing over 7,000 catalogs available in the U.S.
OXBRIDGE COMMUNICATIONS
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The Home Owner's Journal was created for people who can't keep track of the work they've done on their house.
BLUE SKY MARKETING
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Cornell University agriculture professor Roger Morse contends fears about African killer bees are overblown.
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