Monthly Archives: January 2013

Making Ripples

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Making Ripples

Reducing Energy Usage With A Kill A Watt By Amanda Bancroft If you already turn off the lights in a room that no one is using, then you’re probably already aware of the value (both monetarily and environmentally) of conserving electricity. But exactly how much energy does it take to watch one movie, or to…

Bringing Public Access Up To Date

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Public Access

  By Mason Carr The Fayetteville Television Center — the only public access channel in Arkansas — will celebrate its 20th anniversary with an open house celebration and introduction of new upgrades on Jan. 31. Although the upgrades will remain a surprise until the anniversary celebration, said Fritz Gisler, manager of the center, announcements will…

Author Does What Most Won’t, Records It

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Staff Report Michael Crow said the most important thing about his writing is that his books are not about him, but what people can take from the things he’s seen and experienced during his life of adventure. He said he feels both his books, “En Garde” (2011) and “A One Man Guided Tour: Quest for…