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"Crazy ants" set to conquer Deep South this summer

The heat and humidity aren’t the only things you have to look forward to this summer. The New York Daily News has published a chilling story on the recent infestation of the South by Nylanderia fulva, swarms of insects better known as “crazy ants.” The crazy ants wreaked havoc in their native Argentina and Brazil before finding new homes in Texas, ...

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WILLOUGHBY: C Spire's Hankins adapts style to business

Leadership theories tend to come and go like fads. However, one of the most enduring leadership concepts has been situational leadership. The Situational Leadership Theory was created in 1969 by Dr. Paul Hersey, the author of “The Situational Leader” and Ken Blanchard, the author of the international best seller “The One Minute Manager.” The theory was first published in Management ...

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