Utah farmer, market owner makes exclusive cheese

This photo taken Sept. 13, 2017, shows feta yogurt and chèvre, served with peaches at Mesa Farm. The owner Randy Ramsley sells a variety of goats milk cheeses and yogurt at his farm's storefront on Highway 24, east of Capitol Reef, Utah, and at Tony Caputo's in Salt Lake City. Ramsley makes a variety of goats milk cheeses including pasteurized tomme, raw tomme, feta yogurt and chèvre. Ramsley also makes ricotta on occasion. (Leah Hogsten/The Salt Lake Tribune via AP)

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Randy Ramsley is Wayne County’s ultimate Renaissance man.

Museum of the Bible opens in D.C. with hoopla and fuss

A door opens to the "Exodus" section at the end of the "Passover" presentation inside the Museum of the Bible, Monday, Oct. 30, 2017, in Washington. The project is largely funded by the conservative Christian owners of the Hobby Lobby crafts chain. Hobby Lobby president Steve Green says the aim is to educate not evangelize. But skeptics call the project a Christian ministry disguised as a museum. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)

Museum packs up treasures for a remodel

In this Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017, photograph, Dr. Christoph Heinrich, director of the Denver Art Museum, walks amid packages as the collection is moved from the old building to make way for an update that will take two years to complete in Denver. Denver's Art Museum is relocating or protecting tens of thousands of treasures during a major building upgrade. As with many remodels, it takes planning, labeling and temporary housing. (AP Photo/David Zalubowski)

DENVER (AP) — Anyone who has lived through a major home remodeling project can sympathize with Laura Elliff Cruz, collections manager for the Denver Art Museum who is in charge of relocating or trying to protect tens of thousands of treasures during a building upgrade expected to take a year.

Rare art from China’s woman ruler comes to U.S.

CORRECTS NAME OF EXHIBITION FROM EXPRESS DOWAGER TO EMPRESS DOWAGER -Dragon Dancers perform before the unveiling of the exhibition "Empress Dowager, Cixi." at Orange County's Bowers Museum, Thursday, Nov. 9, 2017, in Santa Ana, Calif. The exhibit focuses on Cixi, the mysterious woman who quietly ruled China with an iron fist from the mid-1800s until her death in 1908. (AP Photo/Chris Carlson)

Balloon rides, natural wonders, Georgia O’Keeffe

This July 2017 photo shows a Rainbow Ryders hot air balloon in flight over the Rio Grande Valley surrounding Albuquerque, New Mexico. Hot air balloon rides are one of the main outdoor activities tourists enjoy in New Mexico due to optimal climate conditions in the state. (AP Photo/Amir Bibawy)

ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico (AP) — Away from bustling Santa Fe and quirky Albuquerque, New Mexico offers stunning natural wonders, wide expanses of desert and mountains, and clear skies that guarantee endless days of sightseeing and outdoor fun.

Schools pump up phys ed with choices

In this Oct. 3, 2017, photo, second-graders learn to ride bikes on the school yard from physical education teacher Terrance Chavis at Seaton Elementary School in Washington. At a time when elementary and high schools are all about getting students ready for college or jobs, physical education teachers are being urged to look beyond graduation, too, to make lifelong movers out of even the least competitive kids. (AP Photo/Maria Danilova)

You won’t find gym class on the schedule in upstate New York’s Victor school district.

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