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On March 1-5, Seed St. Louis will offer its 13th annual Community Agriculture Conference. This year’s conference will have both in-person and virtual sessions, offering classes and panel discussions by experts from the agricultural community. All sessions will be free and open to the public, though registration is required.

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INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — College Football Playoff expansion talks remain stalled and the possibility of implementing a new format by the 2024 season dimmed Monday after three days of meetings failed to produce an agreement.

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President Joe Biden made tackling climate change and moving America away from fossil fuels a large part of his election manifesto. This year at the United Nations Climate Change Conference Biden made big promises. Is Biden on track to meet those goals of weaning the U.S. off fossil fuels? 

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ORLANDO, Fla. — The College Football Playoff could possibly consider expansion in a series of meetings over the next several weeks with some favoring a 12-team model according to several reports. The management committee, which is comprised of the 10 conference commissioners and Notre Dame athletics director Jack Swarbrick, is expected to hear back from a working group during a series of ...

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Joe Biden will be just the second Roman Catholic president in U.S. history, after John F. Kennedy. But he has been viewed cautiously by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops over his support for abortion rights.

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They’re only useless if you don’t use them. Your kid should be on a first-name basis with someone in this office, to inquire about internships and job fairs and career paths.

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BRISTOL, Va. — A federal judge rejected a BVU Authority request to delay a conference with attorneys from the city of Bristol in its lawsuit against BVU but did agree to extend the deadline for both sides to supply evidence to the other.

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TRUMP: “I’m the one who brought back football. By the way, I brought back Big Ten football. It was me and I’m very happy to do it.”

The Big Ten, I'm sure, has some of the smartest and most accomplished people in the country to consult with. I'm sure they got a lot of advice from the best and brightest of the medical, science, academic, legal and athletic communities. I'm sure the people that run the conference came to the conclusion that canceling football (and all sports) for the fall is the right thing to do. I'm sure ...