HOME IMPROVEMENT WITH ANDY LINDUS Slashing Summer Energy Costs
With energy costs ever on the rise, its not a bad idea to thoughtfully examine your home to see how you can save without having to forego air conditioning. In this blog, well give you some tips on how... Posted on 5/16/13 at 7:59 AM
THE NEW FORTY Green's the color of spring...
One of my all-time favorite songs is It's Not Easy Being Green sung by Kermit the Frog. In the song Kermit laments that green isn't a flashy color, but it is the color of other noteworthy things. Thin... Posted on 4/24/13 at 8:18 PM
PACKER ANALYSIS GPA Divisional Round Recap
Gregors Packer Analysis
Divisional Round Recap
In this issue:
The Ravens surprise the Broncos in the second overtime
The Falcons blow a 20 point lead before coming back
The Patriots cruise
The 49er... Posted on 1/15/13 at 6:24 PM
THE DIRT More veggies!
What a weekend it was! Because of the threat of frost, our CSA, Bluebird Gardens, had a FREE pick of tomatoes, sweet corn, and peppers. Do you think we could resist? (If your answer is "Not in a milli... Posted on 9/17/12 at 10:19 AM
ALL ABOUT FOOD Baby Artichokes -- Pure and Simple
When I visited Green Scene Organic Market in Walker a couple of weeks ago, I was given a lesson on artichokes that covered both the large globe artichokes and the smaller variety referred to as baby a... Posted on 6/3/12 at 3:17 PM
A UW campus went “gothic” during its spring break. Students and Staff returning to UW-Green Bay this week were greeted by a different font in their e-mail system. Backers say the small change could save a lot of money and help the school meet one of its green goals.
Patty Murray, Wisconsin Public Radio
, March 25, 2010
GREEN BAY, Wis. — How will Green Bay Packers fans react to seeing Aaron Rodgers as their starting quarterback? We’ll find out soon enough.
A capacity crowd is expected for the Packers’ annual “Family Night” scrimmage at Lambeau Field Sunday night, and Rodgers is looking forward to taking the field as the starter.
GREEN BAY — It isn’t exactly a contract holdout, but Green Bay Packers running back Ryan Grant sat out Tuesday morning’s mandatory minicamp practice as he and the team continue to work on a new deal.
Grant, a relative unknown who was traded to Green Bay just before the start of last season and went on to have a breakout year, hopes to prod the Packers into giving him a long-term contract.
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