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Headlines from Two Rivers Tribune:

Forest Management Plans Led By Community 02/27/2015
One was a law passed in 2002 called the Healthy Forest Initiative. The timber industry welcomed it, but environmental groups renamed it the No-Tree-Left-Behind Act because it seemed to target removal of the larger trees instead of the brush and smaller trees that form the ladder fuels for the most severe burns.
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Health Front: Good Diabetes News, Texting and Driving 01/22/2014
A recent study suggests that roughly one-third of people with type-1 diabetes still produce insulin. Despite the long-held idea that type-1 diabetics cannot produce insulin, researchers report in the journal Diabetes Care that a good percentage do in fact secrete the hormone in a small way. Those type -1 diabetics that do secrete insulin now become a true subset of the type 1 population, which has important clinical and treatment implications.
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Pookey’s Snack Shack Burned 01/22/2015
On the morning of January 3, 2015, around 8:45 a.m., the Pookey’s Park snack bar was observed fully engulfed in flames. There was electricity running to the building, however it is unknown at this time if the fire was arson or electricity-related.
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Health Front: Good Diabetes News, Texting and Driving 01/22/2014
A recent study suggests that roughly one-third of people with type-1 diabetes still produce insulin. Despite the long-held idea that type-1 diabetics cannot produce insulin, researchers report in the journal Diabetes Care that a good percentage do in fact secrete the hormone in a small way. Those type -1 diabetics that do secrete insulin now become a true subset of the type 1 population, which has important clinical and treatment implications.
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