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Should students be punished for leaving in the middle class or should teachers use the walk out, planned for next Wednesday, as a teachable moment in the classroom? It’s a question many school leaders are still trying to answer.

Two teens were arrested Tuesday afternoon for robbing a Madison woman at gunpoint, police say.

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What would you think if you saw your wedding picture being used in a political attack ad? That’s the spot a gay couple is finding themselves. Their wedding was officiated by a candidate for state senate. The couple says they didn’t sign up to be caught in the mudslinging. They say they lead private lives and this is casting a shadow on a very important memory.

What would you think if you saw your wedding picture being used in a political attack ad? That’s the spot a gay couple is finding themselves. Their wedding was officiated by a candidate for state senate. The couple says they didn’t sign up to be caught in the mudslinging. They say they lead private lives and this is casting a shadow on a very important memory.
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The expansive new space is undergoing a transformation from a high tech company to a customer service oriented family retail business, one with ties to Nashua dating to the 1930s.

Alec owner John Koutsos will move the store from its familiar Main Street spot sometime in the next few months. When that will happen isn exactly clear. He like to do it in July, he said, or perhaps in September after the back to school rush in August. Koutsos said it take place when the space is made ready.

Koutsos started an informal tour last Friday in the building front parking lot. He explained the layout as it relates to the turnpike and entrance onto the property.

“We can utilize the parking lot that on both sides. Now people can get very close to our door. It very easy for senior citizens,” he said.

A patio of poured concrete, fashioned to look like granite, will be in the front off to one side of the main entrance. A canopy will somewhat mimic what customers see now at the Main Street site.

“There a lot more cubic footage because it a high bay building,” he said. “But as far as square footage, we taking the three floors of square footage downtown and putting it on one floor.”

“We 15,000 square feet per floor downtown, times three. It actually a little less,” he said.

Workers on Friday were busy with various stages of construction on the space, including drywall and electrical work.

“In our basement at the store, the ceiling is very low, so the holding capacity isn very good. The vertical height for the shelving will make up for it.”

Koutsos emphasized that Alec will still be a full service business.

The current second floor outlet will be in an area clearly set aside from the rest of the store.

A central counter area, larger than the current setup, will be in the center of the space near the entrance. Children shoes will be located on racks nearby and clothing, also on the current store second floor, will be in a more visible location. On Main Street, he said, “unless you go upstairs you don see it.”

Alec is also making changes to the outside of the store to make for more inviting store events.

“We put these two garage doors in because in the summer, whenever we want to have a sidewalk sale on our own patio, up go the doors, out go the racks on wheels. People from the highway see it. We might have a picnic table out there, a bike rack,” Koutsos said.

Women shoes will span the showroom right hand wall. Athletic shoes will be on the back wall. On the left will be outdoor shoes and boots. Men shoes will be in a special display, part of which will incorporate a unique feature Koutsos is keeping under wraps until craftsmen finish their work.

A key component to the new facility is the stock area. Storage and handling that is now in crowded downtown space and shuttled between multiple floors will be on one level. Intake of stock will start at a loading dock that will make the work faster and more comfortable for staff, which currently has to haul boxes into cramped storage.

Koutsos gestured toward an L shaped space behind the showroom. “The stock room is over 20,000 square feet.”

LED lights, as well as windows, provide light. The building has new systems, including wiring and ductwork.

The area has added benefits for staff, too, including a kitchen and space for an appropriately sized table for them to eat meals together, a common occurrence for the family like group. Plus, Koutsos said, “there tons of good walking around here.”

Koutsos added that there is 4,000 square feet of space on the building second floor, accessed by a separate entrance, that is available for lease or possible expansion if future events warrant.

“Its really for the next generation, whether my kids come in to the business or the great people that work with me,” he said “They been with me a long, long time.”

When asked why he chose to move now, he said smart use of space was a major factor.

“We were getting very tight for space where we were, even though, square footage, it might come out the same, it the way it configured. It was a big constraint. We had no loading docks. It was kind of time now or never.”

Now that he committed to the new location, he is looking forward to the change.

“I glad I did it. I kind of wish I had done it a couple of years ago. You get a little older, it a little harder. I really love doing it. It coming out great.”

Despite the updates coming at the new location, Koutsos is committed to maintaining the atmosphere from the downtown location that served Nashua for so many years.

“This should have pretty much the same feel as our store downtown. The intent is to manage it the same way.”

However, that doesn mean the store family will stay the same size. Koutsos said he plans on hiring once the transition is complete.
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The type of nanoparticle used in the Cui group’s experimental devices varies according to the intended function of the product lithium cobalt oxide is a common compound used for batteries, while single walled carbon nanotubes, or SWNTs, are used for supercapacitors.

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“Energy storage is a pretty old research field,” said Cui. “Supercapacitors, batteries those things are old. How do you really make a revolutionary impact in this field? It requires quite a dramatic difference of thinking.”

While electrical energy storage devices have come a long way since Alessandro Volta debuted the world’s first electrical cell in 1800, the technology is facing yet another revolution. Current methods of manufacturing energy storage devices can be capital intensive and environmentally hazardous, and the end products have noticeable performance constraints conventional lithium ion batteries have a limited storage capacity and are costly to manufacture, while traditional capacitors provide high power but at the expense of energy storage capacity.

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It has been the center of attention in a Nampa neighborhood for over a year, but the days of a black wrought iron fence will soon be coming to an end.

“The lawsuit has been settled, we are selling our home, and moving to a new subdivision, the fence is coming down,” said Nampa homeowner Bekah Graves.

Bekah and her husband, Eric, have spent hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars battling the Shalimar Terrace homeowners association for the right to keep their powder coated black ornamental steel fence around their property.

“It got to the point that financially, and emotionally, we just couldn’t do it anymore,” said Bekah Graves.

The Graves family says they aren’t stopping their fight because they think they are wrong. After a year of stress, they decided it was time to move on.

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The fence fight boils down to Article Five of the neighborhood CC which basically says that homeowners can’t build a fence without approval by the board of directors of the homeowners association.

Bekah and Eric say though that since their HOA board wasn’t really enforcing Article Five when it came to other homeowners in the neighborhood, they assumed they would be extended the same courtesy.

“I mean there are fences all over the subdivision so I don’t know how anybody in our shoes would have thought anything differently than what we thought,” said Bekah.

That even includes the previous owner of their exact property, who built a black wrought iron fence on one side of the house without any issues.

“I don’t know, it doesn’t make sense it’s kind of like living in the twilight zone,” said Bekah.

With all that in mind though, the Graves say they don’t think their fight was ever just about the fence.

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Cases of HOA’s selectively enforcing CC are not uncommon, but Boise attorney David Leroy says legally, those contracts are usually ironclad.

“Just because they were not earlier enforced does not automatically give someone the ability to say, you can’t enforce them now. In fact it is not much of a defense at all typically,” said Leroy.

So oftentimes in a situation like the Graves had, an age old question is presented.

Is it better to ask for forgiveness or permission?

Ethically and practically you can argue that one forever, but legally, Leroy says challenging CC is usually an uphill battle.

“Homeowners can win, but it is often lengthy and expensive to do so, therefore I think it is better to ask for permission than forgiveness,” said Leroy.

So when it comes to an HOA board that is out of control, Leroy says the answer to fixing things is right in your backyard.

“The homeowners boards for the first instance are held accountable by their own members, said Leroy. “People should be active in their homeowner associations.”

That is something the Graves family hopes others will learn from their fight.

“Fight for your neighbors, fight for what’s right because one family is not enough to make a difference, a handful of families isn’t enough to make a difference, but a neighborhood can come together and say, ‘What are you doing?'” said Bekah.
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Bacteria are microorganisms and can be either aerobic or anaerobic. They have no membrane bound organelles and can adapt to their environment very quickly. They are found on all continents of the Earth, including Antarctica, and they can be found in some of the most extreme conditions on Earth, such as in hot water springs and near hydrothermal vents deep below the oceans.

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3. Vibrio Vibrio is a genus of Gram negative bacteria that are rod shaped. The are found in saltwater sources and several species of vibrio are pathogens. Consuming food that is contaminated by Vibrio can result in diarrhea, vomiting and abdominal cramping. Vibrio can also cause serious life threatening infections with those having a compromised immune system. Strains of Vibrio are known to cause gastroenteritis and septicemia, and Vibrio cholerae is known to cause cholera in humans.

4. Clostridium botulinum Clostridium botulinum is a Gram positive bacterium that is rod shaped and generally found in soil. These bacteria produce neurotoxins that cause botulism. Botulism is characterized by blurred vision, slurred speech, difficulty swallowing, muscle weakness and dry mouth. In infants, the symptoms can also be lethargy and constipation. Without treatment, botulism can lead to paralysis of the arms, legs and respiratory muscles.

5. Some strains, however, can cause food poisoning in humans, leading to bloody diarrhea and, in certain cases, kidney failure. The majority of E. coli infections are found to be associated with eating undercooked beef.

6. Streptococcus Strptococcus is a genus of Gram positive bacteria that is spherical in shape. It is found in the mouth, skin, upper respiratory tract and intestines of humans. Most strains are harmless to humans. In the making of Swiss cheese, Streptococcus bacteria are a required ingredient for fermentation; however, certain strains of the bacteria can cause infections, such as meningitis, pneumonia, rheumatic fever, endocarditis and necrotizing fasciitis, otherwise known as flesh eating bacteria.

7. Lactobacillus acidophilus Lactobacillus acidophilus is a species of the genus Lactobacillus. It is a rod shaped bacterium commonly found in human intestines, the mouth and the female reproductive area. These bacteria convert sugars into lactic acid and have found great commercial use in dairy products. They are used in combination with other bacteria to produce acidophiles type yogurt. They are also used in the treatment of bacterial vaginosis.

8. Bifidobacterium animalis Bifidobacterium animalis is a Gram positive rod shaped bacterium. It is anaerobic and found in the intestines of humans and other animals. This bacteria is well known for improving the digestive system of humans and has been used in the treatment of patients with chronic constipation. A sub species of Bifidobacterium animalis is used by the yogurt manufacturer Dannon, under the trade name “Bifidus Regularis.”

9. Lactococcus lactis Lactococcus lactis is a Gram positive rod shaped bacterium capable of producing lactic acid, which has made it very important to the dairy industry. Nearly all forms of cheese, such as Brie, Cheddar, Parmesan and others, are produced with the use of strains of Lactococcus lactis, as is buttermilk.

10. Lactobacillus reuteri Lactobacillus reuteri is a Gram positive rod shaped bacterium found in the gut of humans. Certain strains of this bacterium are used in probiotics. It is sometimes referred to as a universal probiotic. It has also been used in the production of an antibiotic, through the fermentation of glycerol. Lactobacillus reuteri has proven useful in the treatment of diarrhea induced by rotavirus in children and for infant colic. It has been shown to kill Streptococcus mutants responsible for tooth decay; thus, it has been effective in promoting dental health.

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With new species being found each year, the list of bacteria keeps growing. Although they can cause infections in humans, these primitive ancestors of Earth also provide many benefits. They are an integral part of the Earth’s ecosystem.
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On Tuesday, News 2 learned Nick Meeks has been named interim head coach at the school. Meeks has been an assistant coach for the high school football team and also serves as an assistant for the middle school football program.

He will serve as the interim coach for the team’s final two games of the season. A decision will be made on who will be the team’s head coach next year in the future.

Former head coach Casey Tate and an assistant coach, who was also relieved of his duties with the team, will remain teachers at the school.

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