SLIDE SHOW: Moving day for biology and chemistry building at Pittsburg State
They didn’t all go two-by-two, and the person in charge wasn’t named Noah, but nonetheless, critters of all shapes and sizes were on the move Wednesday. Students, volunteers and staff members helped Delia Lister, director of Nature Reach, relocate everything from a pair of prairie dogs to a vocal macaw named Charlie so that Heckert-Wells Hall — the biology and chemistry building where they are housed on the campus of Pittsburg State University — can undergo a $4.4 million transformation in the coming months.Continued ...
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Louise Kerr was born on Dec. 5, 1925, in Bartlesville, Okla., to Fred and Katherine Kerr. She was the fifth of nine children. She moved to Joplin with her father and younger twin brothers in 1940.
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