By K. Richard Douglas Mapped by the Lewis and Clark expedition in their search for the Northwest Passage in the early 1800s, Oregon was added to the map officially and became a state in 1859... Read more
This August, the association will host its annual golf outing to raise scholarship money and provide local vendor/partners opportunities to meet with membership in a more casual environment. Read more
The Gateway Biomedical Society (GBS) has provided education, networking and community awareness of the biomed profession for more than two decades. Read more
The effort to nurture and expand the HTM community is alive and well in the middle of the country. Despite some challenges last year, the HTMA-MW is finding ways to keep in touch and continu... Read more
The CEAI has achieved a lot in a short time and the future of the profession looks hopeful in the Land of Lincoln. Read more
By K. Richard Douglas The Midwest is often referred to as the breadbasket of America because Midwestern farmers grow a lot of the wheat used to make bread. This is the part of the country th... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas Michigan was once known as the Water-Winter Wonderland and the motto could be found on every license plate during the mid-1960s up until 1968. The Great Lakes State is... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas The state of Wisconsin is known for the Green Bay Packers as well as its cheese, dairy farms, beer and bratwurst. It is also a source for cranberries, high-end bicycles... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas The northeast U.S. has been one of the hardest hit areas during the coronavirus pandemic with New York, New Jersey and Massachusetts in the top spots as of early May. C... Read more
By K. Richard Douglas Although the state leads the country in thunderstorm activity, Florida is still known as the “Sunshine State” because of its 237 days a year of sunshine. Many travelers... Read more
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