Monthly Archives: August 2017

Police pursue speedy 79-year-old onto golf course

A high speed chase in New York started on the freeway and ended up on the fairway. State police report that on Tuesday afternoon a trooper clocked a 2010 Toyota Corolla doing 93 mph on Interstate 81 near the town of Kirkwood and tried to pull it over. The 79-year-old driver, identified as Freddie P. Maliwacki Sr., ignored the lights ...

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Cargill, an intensely private firm, sheds light on the food chain

ANGLERS love a record catch. Fish farmers, too. So when a salmon bred and raised near this village at the head of a Norwegian fjord was pulled out of captivity earlier this year weighing a sumo-sized 17kg, it was cause for jubilation. “It was fantastic,” says Einar Wathne, head of aquaculture at Cargill, the world’s biggest food-trading firm. Not only ...

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