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morning cram [bee voting edition]

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“In the spring, bee hives get so rich with honey, so crowded with baby bees, they often burst in two. Some bees stay in the original nest with a new queen, but a second group, led by the old queen, heads off to establish a new home.”

NPR reports on how bees vote on where they’ll move.

KENTUCKY ~ McCracken Fiscal Court votes against bringing in potentially polluting processing projects.  Police still searching for suspect in Symsonia stickup.

TENNESSEE ~ Missing teen appears safe and sound and confused by the “big deal.”

ILLINOIS ~ NRC says Honeywell plant looks good with no specific areas to address.


Written by Angela Hatton

May 24, 2011 at 9:29 am

Posted in The Morning Cram

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