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Kindra Curran is graduating with the MAP High School class of 2020
Map senior Faith Wisehart hopes to pursue culinary arts and business in college and someday own a restaurant.
A group of scientists unveiled the first results Thursday of an ambitious effort to map the genes of tens of thousands of animal species, a project they said could help save animals from extinction down the line.
Jeremy Puma and Garrett Kelly, friends and observers of the paranormal, have launched a crowdsourced map of the Seattle places where people have experienced peculiar, preternatural or spooky phenomena. Got an addition for their map? They want it.
The U.S. clothing retailer Gap apologized Tuesday for selling T-shirts with a map of China that didn’t include self-ruled Taiwan, the latest example of corporate kowtowing to Beijing.
Pennsylvania’s high court issued a new congressional district map for the state’s 2018 elections on its self-imposed deadline Monday, all but ensuring that Democratic prospects will improve in several seats and that Republican lawmakers challenge it in federal court.
Two days before the deadliest outbreak of wildfires in California history, Pacific Gas & Electric Co. and other utilities won the latest in a long series of delays to map where power lines pose the greatest wildfire risk, a report said Sunday.
The environment at Map High School helped senior Kira Wycoff transform from a “delinquent” into a confident and successful student who is set to graduate this year.
A Washington State University graduate student has created what he believes is the first map showing precinct-level results for the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
The Spokane region’s 2017 construction map was unveiled on Wednesday to help motorists navigate around this year’s work zones.
While last year this time we were already working in the garden, this year we’re still under snow and assessing the damage from the cold.
It sounds like a “Big Fish” story: a plan to create a biodiversity map identifying thousands of aquatic species in every river and stream in the western U.S. But scientists say they’re steadily reeling in that whopper and by next summer will have the first Aquatic Environmental DNA Atlas available for the public.
When William Harrington, 18, was a child just starting school, he did not get along with his peers. “I felt they were too childish,” said the young man about to graduate from Map High School, a Spokane Public Schools alternative school.
A handful of residents are working to create an emergency readiness plan using the step-by-step guide program known as Map Your Neighborhood.
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