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Spanish Fort Meets Court Deadline for Bluff
Spanish Fort Mayor Michael McMillan says work to shore up an erosion and drainage problem on the bluff that overlooks Mobile Bay should be completed by the end of November or early December. A court...
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New pump at Lake Mead could mean water rate incre...
LAS VEGAS -- Water users could soon be paying more for their water usage. A $5 increase may be on its way because of a new water authority project. Most of that water belongs to southern Nevada. If...
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2011 blackout yields new settlement
The agency selling electricity from the
has agreed to settle violations for its role in the Sept. 8, 2011 regional Southwest blackout, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission announced...
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Western Area Power Administration
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Men are from STEM, women are from humanities: Bre...
Men are from STEM, women are from humanities: Breaking down gender barriers in academia Encouraging young women to see themselves as science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) professionals...
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American Association of University Women
College of Engineering
Record Drought Reveals Stunning Changes Along Col...
LAKE POWELL, Utah—In early September, at the abandoned Piute Farms marina on a remote edge of southern Utah's Navajo reservation, we watched a ten-foot (three-meter) waterfall plunging off what used...
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National Geographic Society
That's What I Think: Current events force changes...
That's What I Think: Current events force changes in personal views The Rolla City Council turned down a plan to build a 41,100-square-foot supermarket over at 18th Street and Forum Drive. Walmart...
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Rolla City Council
Bob Mould at Brudenell Social Club, Leeds
Bob Mould has enjoyed a career in three parts. The San Francisco based singer-songwriter emerged on the alternative scene in 1979 with seminal punk outfit Hüsker Du. He then went on to launch a solo...
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Remembering Mike Nichols
Mike Nichols, one of the best-known film and theater directors in the world, died on Wednesday of cardiac arrest at age 83. A brilliant, witty and multifaceted man who was born in Berlin and whose...
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Dream big much lately? The pause of progress
As a kindergarten student a half century ago, I read the same book over and over again, nearly every day. My favorite in our classroom’s little library, it had a title imbued with confidence and...
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Another Great Show at Etherton Gallery
We know it's a big night on Friday, what with that homecoming game between Arizona and Colorado, but if you're not watching the game somewhere, consider popping by Etherton Gallery for the opening...
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The New York Times
The failure of the Indian imagination
The failure of Narendra Modi’s infrastructure plan reflects the larger failure of the Indian imagination, a mindless enumeration of ideas that have little or no bearing on Indian reality. When much of...
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the Olympic Games
Randy Shumway: The overwhelming potential of alte...
Editor's note: This column was previously published in a newsletter produced by Zions Bank. In the last few years, advancements in drilling have enabled the U.S. to surpass Russia and Saudi Arabia as...
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International Energy Agency
Department of Energy
The New Seven Wonders: Defining the Top Tech Marv...
Invisible systems that shape our world. When the weather is clear and all systems are go, as many as 3,100 flights can take off and land each day at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, the...
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Federal Aviation Administration
In Nevada, Lake Las Vegas is a bit too sleepy
They deal in the faux and fantastical on the frenetic Las Vegas Strip, where reality exists merely in air quotes, where you can stumble and sway from the “Empire State Building” to the “Eiffel Tower”...
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US Federal Reserve
Las Vegas Nevada Day celebration marks sesquicent...
Friday was not just any ordinary day; it was Nevada Day. While other states around the country celebrated Halloween, the citizens of Nevada celebrated the spooky holiday, along with Nevada's 150th...
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Nevada State Museum
Etherton Gallery Hosts Landscape Exhibit & Panel ...
Etherton Gallery is hosting a new show, Land Exposures, that highlights a new way of looking at landscape photography. From Etherton's description of the show: In Etherton Gallery’s newest...
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Tom English: "Democrats are Stupid if They Don't ...
My guest today is singer and songwriter, Tom English. Welcome to OpEdNews, Tom. JB: You wrote an in-your-face song called Democrats are Stupid if They Don't Vote, Republicans are Stupid if They Do...
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Brighton & Hove Albion 0 Birmingham City 1: Colin...
THERE was no need for an apology this time. Lee Clark will have enjoyed a much better weekend, as his players will have too. No inner turmoil, hurt, embarrassment and shock, plus the soul-searching...
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Juvenile judge: Indy is 'drowning in heroin'
INDIANAPOLIS - Central Indiana's heroin problem is hurting children in ways most of us can't even imagine, and you're paying the bill for it, Call 6 Investigator Kara Kenney reported. Kenney spent...
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America crying out for public investment
US President Barack Obama at the site of one of America's greatest infrastructure projects, the
. Photo: Reuters America used to be a country that built for the future. Sometimes, the...
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