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Ruins of lost communities surrounded in mystery
... 1897 — on his honeymoon, no less. The couple married in Sacramento during a family trip to California. Overseen by the federal Bureau of Land Management, Grand Gulch offers a history of the...
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Cat Survives 28-Mile Ride In Truck Engine Block
... Ayutthaya province on June 21, 2011. The July 3 general election will be the first since Thailand was rocked by its deadliest political violence in decades last year, when more than 90 people...
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Limits on St. Mary’s growth still untested
... of new lots actually created was 84, according to the St. Mary’s County Department of Land Use and Growth Management. The annual growth policy was adopted in 2008, in the midst of a...
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People News: July 2, 2015
... to lead NetSuite in its next stage of growth. � Jennifer Ziegler was elected as president of California Society of CPAs. Stephen Hamlet been tapped as the chief executive officer at the global...
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San Francisco design firm puts its stamp on Shang...
... rotates 120 degrees as it tapers. For the last three decades, China's population pressures, land scarcity and massive shift from agriculture toward urban living have pushed the country to the...
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CBRE Global Investors Bets on Industrial
Corey McHenry of Colliers International represented the buyer. BUENA PARK, CA�Structure Property Management has purchased the Villa Grande apartments from Sue Pebley Management LP for $8.6 million....
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Wyden hears concerns at visit to Wonder No. 1, Cr...
... in the designation for Lava Beds National Monument, located just south of the Oregon-California state line, was an item that drew Wyden's interest. jim Chadderdon, Discover Klamath's...
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Your Insane Horror Stories Of Working At Startups
... at this job until I found another). The creepiest part of all this is that the entire management team thought this was acceptable, and as a result, no one dared say anything to me. To...
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Rain helps firefighters fight Lake Fire, but not ...
... put the $34 million fire out for good. PLEASE BE AWARE OF CLOSURES DUE TO THE LAKE FIRE!
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Campground Facilities: Closed through AT LEAST July 9th • Council Group...
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$100 million high-rise hotel proposed for Irvine ...
... north of $100 million,” said R.D. Olson’s Jonathon Vopinek, vice president for asset management. “It’s a big investment. We weren’t looking to build another hotel that quickly,” he...
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Alaska wildfires char nearly 2 million acres, sen...
What's This?Trees erupt in flames in the Stetson Creek Fire near Cooper Landing, Alaska, on June 17, 2015. Image: Sgt. Balinda O’Neal/U.S. Army National Guard via AP/Associated Press Alaska is on...
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State mandate redirects McCloud water
Prompted by continuing efforts to deal with California's extreme drought conditions, a June 12 State Water Resources Control Board notice mandated that McCloud, among other entities statewide, stop...
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Washington state wildfire victims return to burne...
... conditions were expected to persist throughout the week as crews deal with this and other wild land fires. Last week Washington Gov. Jay Inslee issued an emergency proclamation that allowed...
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Mark Vanhoenacker became a pilot late, after descents into academia and management consulting, but he became a pilot, steering Airbuses among the capitals of Europe, before he became a writer. In...
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Researcher seeks to maximize the health of native...
... of fungi can help plants get established and then continue to proliferate and persist in the landscape – providing long-term benefits to restored ecosystems." Matt Major, a restoration project...
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Rand Paul talks public lands in Nevada
Rand Paul argued Monday that public lands run by the federal government should be handed over to state or local control, making a crowd-pleasing rally cry in Nevada where 67% of the state is overseen...
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Toxic Substances Rip Up Lungs and Inflict Cancer....
... of work-related disease in the United States. According to a widely cited University of California–Davis study, an estimated 53,000 people died in 2007 from on-the-job...
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Drought trips up real estate development backed b...
... to the San Joaquin Valley, has provided nothing but torment for its chief investor, the California Public Employees’ Retirement System. First the housing market crash wiped out much of...
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M’Chigeeng elders welcome Montana grandmother to ...
... about each other’s culture. The elders come from the United States, Brazil, Mexico, New Zealand, Tibet and Africa. The organization meets every six months and also visit each other’s...
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Money helps Boles Fire recovery efforts
WEED, California - WEED — Victims of the Boles Fire that devastated the town of Weed got a big boost recently when the Community Disaster Relief Fund handed out nearly $338,000 to help recovery...
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