E-cycling a new way of life
Where do you read the newspaper? The Uvalde Leader-News is again accepting photo submissions from people reading the newspaper in far-flung or unique geographical locations. The newspaper first held the contest in 2013 and received dozens of entries, which appeared one at a time on the front page of each edition of the newspaper – for nearly one year.Simply e-mail, mail or bring your photos into us on or before Dec. 31, 2016, to be eligible for the contest. Pictures will be judged on location, originality and authenticity and should be accompanied by a brief description...
LOGAN GARNETT GENERAL MANAGER.
We’ve probably all got one: that closet or drawer full of discarded keyboards, mouses (mice?), cell phones, monitors, etc. Generally a wild tangle of wires and plastic, it sits there in the dark collecting dust and taking up space. But before you condemn one more piece of obsolete technology to the digital graveyard or simply throw the whole mess out, consider recycling your electronics. Known as e-cycling, handing over your used, broken or outdated devices to to be disposed of properly is a concern that looms larger and larger as our collections of electronics balloon.
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