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My experiences last week reminded me of the awesome beauty and diversity of our state. Our South Dakota Ag and Rural Leadership class headquartered in Hill City and Spearfish for our sessions on leadership and agriculture. With all of the rain this year,...
The bloom may be off the rose as far as toyhauler-type Recreational Vehicle trailers are concerned, but these vehicles remain popular and an important part of the RV industry. Manufacturers find interesting new ways to approach the Sport Utility...
Talk about rubbing it in. Gov. Rick Scott drew the ire of environmental groups Wednesday when he came to the South Florida Water Management District to celebrate slashing the budget of the agency that leads Everglades restoration. Wednesday morning at...
Even after brief relief brought by weekend rains, most South Florida water supplies remain well below normal – adding to the strain of a record-setting drought and manmade water problems. Groundwater monitoring wells in Broward and Palm Beach...
KTLA NewsLooking for things to do this weekend? Why not check with Gayle on the Go! Saturday @7am 14th Annual Southern California Chevelle & El Camino Car Show Cottonwood Church 4505 Katella Avenue Los Alamitos 714-334-3501 http://www.socalchevellecaminoclub.org/...
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Water restrictions have been in effect in Hoven since Thursday because the water tower is under repair and will be drained. The east side of town can water on even calendar days and the west side of town can water on odd calendar days, according to...
Fox59Take a look around Central Indiana and you may notice something strange. While the trees have leafed-out and everything looks nice and green, some are actually dying of thirst. According to arborists, it's a delayed reaction to last summer's hot, dry...
Tags: Nature, Indiana, Rubber Products Industry
Now a brief check of news from overseas. In France this has been the driest March through May in 50 years. And the warmest in 110 years. Several European Nations are rapidly preparing emergency plans to conserve water, give farmers millions of dollars...
Tags: France, Netherlands, Conservation, Natural Disasters, Ecosystems
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALIPATRIA — Faced with a projected shortfall of $112,289 for the next fiscal year, a sewer rate hike may have to be imposed, said Calipatria City Manager Rom Medina on Tuesday during an update of the city’s uncertain financial picture. While...
Texas Tribune Updated 2:30 p.m. In a victory for environmental groups, the LCRA board decided to delay the decision on whether to grant a large water contract to the proposed White Stallion coal plant. The board heard testimony all morning, much of it...
Tags: Justice System, Texas, Coal, Environmental Pollution, Judges
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Jun 15, 2011 |Story| Imperial Valley Press Online
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