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- Hemlock: Correspondences
- Conium maculatum Poison Folk Names: Beaver Poison, Herb Bennet, Keckies, Kex, Musquash Root, Poison Hemlock, Poison Parsley, Spotted Corobane, Spotted Hemlock, Water Parsley Gender: Feminine Planet: Saturn Element: Water Deity: Hecate Power: Astral Projection,...
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- Corps seeks public help to redo Beaver Lake plan
- The shoreline plan that dictates dock requirements, paths and mowing permits for Beaver Lake is up for review in a series of meetings scheduled this week in Northwest Arkansas. The meetings are 4-7 p.m.
- Beaver County Commissioners Egley, Camp reflect on first 70 days in office
- "We believe it's only for the betterment of Beaver County," Camp said. "We want to make sure our main focus is to show the citizens of Beaver County the way government can run." The tough part of the job is to remain focused, Egley said.
- Beaver Falls' Jeter finally in NCAA Tournament with Pitt
- Pittsburgh forwards Sheldon Jeter, left center, and Rafael Maia, right center, celebrate their 72-71 win over Syracuse after an NCAA college basketball game in the Atlantic Coast Conference tournament, in Washington, Wednesday, March 9, 2016.
- Busy as beavers, really, in Rehoboth
- The water-wheel that powers a mill owned by Otis Dyer choked with debris brought in by peaky beavers that have also built a nearby lodge and felled trees on his farm in Rehoboth. (Staff photo by Paul Connors) ...
- The resilient beaver
- They are stimulated by the sound of running water, to which they react by damming its source. Beavers are the world's second-largest rodent, exceeded only by the South American capybara, which can grow as large as 150 pounds. Beavers' natural predators ...
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