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firstname.lastname@example.orgTo never stop learning is the goal for Eve Kersey, a sixth-grade teacher at King Middle School in Harrodsburg. “I love learning, so I’m just going to learn as much as I can. That’s probably why I became a teacher, because I love...
Tags: Conservation, Education, Environmental Issues, Siemens, Weather
Chandler travel at taxpayer expense Dear editor, Ben Chandler has spent more time learning about global warming in luxurious and exotic locales than he has ever spent, or will spend, anywhere near a coal mine, and he didn’t have to pay for one...
Tags: Coal, Global Warming, Environmental Issues, Weather, Politics
FRANKFORT — To hear Kentucky politicians of both parties tell it, the Environmental Protection Agency should be renamed the Economic Destruction Agency. But their recent rhetoric has gone far beyond reality and obscured it. At issue are the EPA&...
Contributing columnistIn the wake of the Tucson shooting tragedy, some members of Congress, citing “vitriol,” are calling for legislation to “tone down the rhetoric” of our political debates. But how do you define vitriol? When King George III was...
“What do you think of this weather?” said a man in the doctor’s office. “I think Al Gore’s got a lot of explaining to do,” said another man. “But he’s probably afraid to show his face with all this snow.&...
Tags: Natural Disasters, Key West, Disasters, Coal, Conservation
The Mississippi River has risen to levels never seen in U.S. history — lapping levee tops and threatening cities and hamlets from Memphis to the Gulf. Floodwaters cover an area the size of Connecticut, the result of a record 90 inches of...
Tags: Conservation, Floods, Arizona, Utah, Weather Reports
For too long, many environmentalists have been ambivalent about nuclear energy. It conjures fears: meltdowns, cancers, Chernobyl, Fukushima, overtones of nuclear bombs. Yet, we also know that nuclear power provides 70 percent of all the greenhouse gas-...
I can no longer remain in one of the fastest growing groups in America, Apathy Anonymous. I've lived nearly 70 years and have marched, signed petitions, written letters to everyone from the president, to local, state and federal officials, concerning...
Tags: Leon Panetta, Israel, West Bank, U.S. Military, Global Warming
Mary Pipher became one of America's best-known psychologists with books that addressed complex family issues. "Reviving Ophelia" was a groundbreaking call to arms about the societal pressures facing American adolescent girls. It spent three years on The...
WASHINGTON – Global warming and clean energy should be priorities for Congress and the president, a majority of Americans said in a recent survey. In the survey, released Tuesday by Yale and George Mason universities, 70% of American adults say...
Our wonderful Chief of Police Ken Small has announced his retirement ("Police chief to retire, May 16"). It is a sad day for Huntington, as Ken truly cared about the safety of our residents and would often go beyond the call of duty, always answering...
Baltimore Gas & Electric certainly isn't likely to win any popularity contests. It secured a rate increase from the Public Service Commission in February — its second in the last three years — and turned around and filed a request for...
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