• Girl Scout Cookies Return
Girl Scout Cookies Return

The Badgerland Council uses cookie earnings to provide fun, educational adventures for its more-than 7,300 girl members, while girls and their troops choose how to invest their earnings in impactful community projects, personal enrichment opportunities and more.

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  • Olivier Giroud confirms Deschamps advised him to move
Olivier Giroud confirms Deschamps advised him to move

The arrival of the Gabon global meant that Giroud was set to become Arsenal's third-choice striker with Alexandre Lacazette also ahead of him in the pecking order. Chelsea FC are now preparing for their Premier League trip to Watford on Monday night as they look to try and bounce back to winning ways after their loss to Bournemouth last we...

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  • Las Vegas morning replace for Saturday, February third
Las Vegas morning replace for Saturday, February third

Haig was publicly linked to the Las Vegas investigation on Tuesday when a judge unsealed months-old police search warrant records that named him as a person of interest . "He paid me, put it in his vehicle, went on his way - at no time did he seem suspicious". "I couldn't detect anything wrong with this guy", he said of Paddock.

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  • Bengaluru youth detained for 'pakoda' protest against Modi
Bengaluru youth detained for 'pakoda' protest against Modi

The BJP government at the Centre has proved its commitment for boosting the rural economy by allocating '14.50 lakh crore for schemes that touch the rural masses, Modi said. He urged the people to throw the "corrupt and dynastic" Congress out of power in the state assembly elections, as the country did not need it's culture anymore.

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  • Polar Bears Really Are Starving Because of Global Warming, Study Shows
Polar Bears Really Are Starving Because of Global Warming, Study Shows

USGS researchers have been studying polar bears in the Beaufort Sea area since the 1980s and have found that polar bear population has declined by 40 percent in the past decade. "They are spending so much energy walking to find their prey that the energy gained once they find a seal is not enough to maintain their weight", Williams said.

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  • Katherine Lockler, Nurse in Florida, Actually Bugged by Flu
Katherine Lockler, Nurse in Florida, Actually Bugged by Flu

To close, Lockler said she gets "yelled at and cussed at" a lot because people are upset with how long they have to wait. Lockler says in the video, before pretending to sneeze into her arm, covering both her nose and mouth at the same time, in order to demonstrate.

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  • Ibrahimovic transfer talk has LA Galaxy star Dos Santos daring to dream
Ibrahimovic transfer talk has LA Galaxy star Dos Santos daring to dream

Earlier United boss Jose Mourinho had also hinted that Ibrahimovic can be on his way to MLS and that the club won't stand in his way of he wants a new challenge. "If that is true and Zlatan wants a future in another club in another country, we are here to help and to create conditions for that to happen, not to make his life hard".

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  • Pfizer Inc. Stock Falls Despite Q4 Earnings Beat
Pfizer Inc. Stock Falls Despite Q4 Earnings Beat

The stock of Pfizer Inc. Jefferies initiated Golar LNG Limited (NASDAQ:GLNG) rating on Monday, December 18. Wells Fargo has "Buy" rating and $39.0 target. Pfizer Inc . (NYSE: PFE ) market capitalization at present is $221.97B at the rate of $39.02 a share. (NYSE: PFE ). Abner Herrman & Brock Lc holds 0.14% or 21,810 shares.

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  • West Ham win race to sign Hugill
West Ham win race to sign Hugill

West Ham are suddenly looking thin in the forward positions: with Marko Arnautovic and Andy Carroll injured, Diafra Sakho sold to Rennes and André Ayew looking set to... Preston coped well without their bustling forward as they put Aitor Karanka's side to the sword, but Neil thought he had little choice but to exclude Hugill from his match-day squ...

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  • Positives for both sides, South Africa grapple with pitch woes
Positives for both sides, South Africa grapple with pitch woes

Save the first day of the series where India leaked one run too many, the bowlers, particularly the pace pack, matched the might of the South African fast bowling armoury - considered the best in the world - and even outplayed it in the final Test.

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  • Flu-like symptoms may mean you're sick with a different virus
Flu-like symptoms may mean you're sick with a different virus

Has this flu season peaked yet? According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention , only two in five people in the nation receive a flu vaccination prior to the beginning of the season. He said he wanted them to counsel residents directly. Doctors say it's not too late to get vaccinated because the season can last into May. Frightenin...

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  • Indians and Major League Baseball agree to transition away from Chief Wahoo
Indians and Major League Baseball agree to transition away from Chief Wahoo

According to the Times, fans still will be able to purchase items featuring the logo at souvenir shops within Progressive Field in Cleveland and at retail shops in northern OH, but such items will not be sold at Major League Baseball's website.

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  • President's DACA deal met with criticism from Phoenix dreamers
President's DACA deal met with criticism from Phoenix dreamers

But if the goal was to put something in this deal for everyone to love, it's also giving people on all sides of the debate something to hate, too. And he joins us now. "Thursday pretty much lined it up as the final verdict", Fresco said. The reason they have a compelling case for amnesty before all enforcement measures and in place and legal immi...

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  • Flu Season From Hell Keeps Getting Worse
Flu Season From Hell Keeps Getting Worse

Dr. Franklin G. Bivens Jr, MD, who has a family Medical practice in Heber Springs stated that he started seeing flu patients ten to 20 days before Christmas, mostly middle school students at that time and later those of all ages. Based on patterns from past seasons, it's likely the flu season will start to wane soon, experts say. Some good news: ...

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  • Burned Bears: Fish Skin Wraps Healed Burns Faster After Wildfire
Burned Bears: Fish Skin Wraps Healed Burns Faster After Wildfire

The high collagen level in the skin helps with healing, and it was fairly affordable. Payton also applied acupuncture to the bears' back and limbs, which helps manage pain the same way it can in humans. Both were soon walking and have been released into the wild. Using fish skin wasn't Peyton's first instinct when state wildlife authorities enl...

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  • The Newest: Alabama inmate's execution off for night time
The Newest: Alabama inmate's execution off for night time

Madison appeared to leave his girlfriend's home after retrieving his belongings, but then crept up behind Schulte as he sat in his patrol vehicle and shot him twice in the back of the head with a.32-caliber pistol. Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama... The Alabama attorney general's office told justices in a filing Monday that the state'...

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  • Remains of earliest modern human outside of Africa found in Israeli cave
Remains of earliest modern human outside of Africa found in Israeli cave

Researchers reconstructed a virtual upper jaw for Misliya-1 using the oldest human fossils outside Africa. This map shows the early human migration charted by researchers. Israel Hershkovitz of Tel Aviv University Sackler Faculty of Medicine's department of anatomy and anthropology. "This evolution seems to be not that straightforward or s...

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