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2014/09/16 23:34
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Worried that rising temperatures and a festering algae bloom in Turkey Point’s cooling canals may hint at bigger problems for Florida Power & Light, Miami-Dade County officials said Tuesday they plan...
2014/09/16 23:34
2014/09/16 23:34
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2014/09/12 02:59
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The fourth installment of the “CEO Speaker Series - The Talk of the Town” will be presented on Wednesday, October 8, from 8:30-11 a.m. Hosted by the Tennessee Small Business Development Center and The...
2014/09/11 15:38
2014/09/11 15:38
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... minutes 3 seconds ago by Brenda Bassett - KPAX NewsOil train safety discussion held in Pablo PABLO - The Flathead Basin Commission met Thursday in Pablo to talk about several topics - including...
2014/09/11 11:48
2014/09/11 11:48
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Jon Jarvis, Director of the National Park Service, had a childhood seemingly tailor-made for a career in public lands conservation. His family’s farm in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley backed up to the...
2014/09/10 14:34
2014/09/10 14:34
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U.S. Sen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said the grant award will be officially announced on Friday. Everglades boosters were thrilled. “Today’s investment will provide much needed funding to bridge the...
2014/09/10 11:28
2014/09/10 11:28
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MIAMI (AP) - The U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a $20 million grant to elevate a portion of the highway blocking the natural flow of water into Everglades National Park. The money will...
2014/09/10 07:03
2014/09/10 07:03
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Cliff Spencer knows what it's like to be singled out. The tall, slim 54-year-old is superintendent of Mesa Verde National Park, and one of just a handful of African-Americans in the upper echelons of...
2014/09/09 16:59
2014/09/09 16:59
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Brad Bennett, new superintendent of Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park, will serve as the featured speaker for the first installment of the 2014 Fall Lecture Series of the Friends of...
2014/09/08 14:44
2014/09/08 14:44
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We reported Aug. 20 a letter from a Cargill executive expressing the company's intention to stand by the hog feeding operation it supports in the Buffalo River watershed, but to take necessary steps...
2014/09/06 08:22
2014/09/06 08:22
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NORTHERN CALIFORNIA – With federal resources set aside for combating wildfires rapidly depleting, the federal government will soon be forced to divert funds that are currently reserved for wildfire...
2014/09/05 19:38
2014/09/05 19:38
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The inaugural Climate Ride Midwest will see more than 100 cyclists pedal Michigan’s top-rated cycling routes and bike trails, along Lake Michigan’s shores, and into the heart of Chicago. The four-day,...
2014/08/30 23:34
2014/08/30 23:34
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Lloyd Louis, 9, of Miami got an impromptu casting lesson at Miami’s Rickenbacker Causeway from a notable instructor. “What I would do is bring it in really fast because the bottom is full of rocks,”...
2014/08/30 05:09
2014/08/30 05:09
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East Stroudsburg University honors 2 Distinguished Professors August 30, 2014 Caroline Kuchinski, professor of physical education, and S. Elaine Rogers, professor of recreation services management,...
2014/08/26 11:13
2014/08/26 11:13
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Hunters in Alabama snared an alligator weighing more than 1,000 pounds, the largest ever caught in a legal hunt in the state, conservation officials said on Monday. The alligator, caught with a snare...
2014/08/25 15:48
2014/08/25 15:48
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Three 459 foot tall power boiler towers glow bright from sunlight reflected from a large array of mirrors surrounding them at the Ivanpah Solar Project located in California's Mojave Desert on...
2014/08/23 19:44
2014/08/23 19:44
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Just before Interstate 15 exits California for Nevada, drivers catch an astonishing sight: A five-mile swath of desert covered by mirrors and spiked with towers reflecting dazzling beams of...
2014/08/21 20:28
2014/08/21 20:28
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FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — A lucrative contract to operate some of the most iconic lodging and food locations at the Grand Canyon has been reopened for bidding in a process that will bring changes affecting...
2014/08/21 01:28
2014/08/21 01:28
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OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK, Wash. -- The largest dam removal in US history will conclude in the next 2-3 weeks - and final dynamite blasts in a few days - opening all 70 miles of the Elwha River in...
2014/08/19 23:49
2014/08/19 23:49
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Hunters with their prize catch: (Above, from left) John and Amanda Stokes, daughter Savannah, brother-in-law Kevin Jenkins, and son Parker, pose with the American alligator they caught measuring 15ft...
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2014/08/18 20:27
2014/08/18 20:27
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Utah officials are scrambling to prevent the Obama administration from locking down thousands of acres of land in their backyard, as federal officials consider up to a dozen possible national monument...
2014/09/16 23:34
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