Could Sherman be the next tech hub?

By Michael Hutchins Herald Democrat As Texas Instruments and GlobiTech each prepare for multi-billion dollar expansions of operations, the deals may be the sign of a change in direction for the city of Sherman. With the two tech companies, and others in the region, slated to create thousands of jobs,Continue Reading

Damaging economy and environment | Deccan Herald

Political parties competing with each other announce freebies and doles during electioneering. Such luring to voters is not new. But it has the potential to vitiate free and fair polls and also upset finance and the environment. On a PIL filed by Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, the Supreme Court has soughtContinue Reading

Amid a changing landscape, students apply scientific inquiry to environmental resiliency – The Durango Herald

Projects tackle bioplastics, magnetism, efficient irrigation and more Madalyn Tharp, 16, a student at Animas High School, describes her project about “bioplastics” Wednesday during the San Juan Resilience Youth Summit for environmental and society issues in the Ballroom at Fort Lewis College. (Jerry McBride/Durango Herald) The San Juan Resilience YouthContinue Reading