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firstname.lastname@example.orgThe sun is shining, the birds are singing and there’s not a cloud in the sky. It’s a good day to dust off the boom box and go outside to pull a few weeds and just enjoy being alive except ... the radio keeps asking me if my home has radon....
LEBANON — Lt. Travis M. Douglas USN, 31, of Newmarket, N.H., was a passenger and killed in a car accident Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011, in Hampton, N.H. Born May 22, 1979, in Louisville, he was a 1997 graduate of Scott County High School. In June of...
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Contributing ColumnistIn January, I wrote an article on the government’s role in supporting basic science, invention and innovation. In the opening paragraph of that article I said: “The Obama administration claims the government can ‘create jobs’...
My heart goes out to the people of Japan. In this, the highest time of need that nation has seen since World War II, we should all keep them in our prayers. I can’t help but to wonder how our nation would do under the pressure the people of Japan...
Guest columnistEnvironmental fanatics are ducking for cover. They’re undone by catastrophic mishaps; one now all too real, another of great potential. Each will blow the cover off their progressive agenda. Pseudo-science was once poised to bankrupt Kentucky coal....
Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Marco Budny of Nicholasville recently completed Naval Nuclear Power Training Pipeline. During the course with Nuclear Power Training Unit, Ballston Spa, N.Y., Budny received instruction about nuclear theory, chemistry,...
Guest columnistThe Obama administration claims the government can “create jobs” through technology, particularly green technology. The president argues that the technology is there, and all it needs is a “nudge” from the government. He does not...
“After whatever disaster befalls us, being intelligent humans, we can almost always learn from it and do better in the future,” said physicist Steven C. Barrowes, Ph.D., of Radcliff. The purveyors of fear among us should heed that advice when...
COVERT, Mich. – After a 43-day shutdown, the Palisades Nuclear Power Plant in southwest Michigan went back on line Monday. Palisades was shut down in early May after dozens of gallons of radioactive water leaked from the plant into Lake Michigan....
Environmentalists' suit: National Park Service cut public out of Delaware Water Gap power line reviewFederal officials discussed a $66 million payment to offset the effects of building a new electric transmission line through Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area without disclosing the plan to the public, environmental groups opposing the project...
Change of SubjectMichael Specter writes in the New Yorker: I had not altered my position on nuclear power until last week, when I watched Robert Stone’s new documentary, “Pandora’s Promise.” The film follows several former dedicated opponents as...
The detectives chased leads from north suburban Antioch to the Bimini islands and thought they had solved their case. But the mound of circumstantial evidence was never enough to make an arrest in the slaying of Brent Westermann, whose body was found...
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