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In the Know

Winter Festivals

People think of summertime as a great time to celebrate outdoors with parades, fireworks, and parties. However, many different places in the world also hold outdoor festivals to celebrate the beauty and wonder of winter. … Read more

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Little Free Food Pantries

Did you know that food insecurity is a problem that over 40 million people face and that at least nine million of those people are children? Food insecurity means people do not consistently have enough … Read more

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Bats are Important to the Environment

Humans need bats. Bats are often misunderstood animals. They are spooky symbols associated with Halloween, but bats are also intelligent creatures with unique skills and helpful habits. There are over 1,400 species of bats, which … Read more

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What Are Midterm Elections?

Have you seen signs for elections in people’s yards? Maybe you have seen or heard commercials for candidates. Midterm elections take place on Tuesday, November 8. What exactly are midterm elections? Midterm elections are elections … Read more

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Dinosaur Tracks Seen in Texas!

Millions of years ago, dinosaurs roamed the Earth. They lived in areas that humans now call home. Paleontologists are scientists who study fossils and other traces of prehistoric life. Some types of fossils are bones, … Read more