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The Mercury News
Study: Sierra Nevada forests shifting to higher elevations as temperatures warmisn't affecting my life,' " said Wright. "But it's another one in yet another l
Study: Sierra Nevada forests shifting to higher elevations as temperatures warm
The Mercury News / Posted 8 hours ago
isn't affecting my life,' " said Wright. "But it's another one in yet another line of evidence that changes are happening." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRogersS... Read more
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The Mercury News
New study: Sierra Nevada forests shifting to higher elevations as temperatures warmisn't affecting my life," said Wright. "But it's another one in yet another lin
New study: Sierra Nevada forests shifting to higher elevations as temperatures warm
The Mercury News / Posted yesterday
isn't affecting my life," said Wright. "But it's another one in yet another line of evidence that changes are happening." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRog... Read more
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Observer
Forgotten book yields surpriseout-of-print keepsake even then) — to a younger fireman, Danny Taylor, who kept
Forgotten book yields surprise
Observer / Posted yesterday
out-of-print keepsake even then) — to a younger fireman, Danny Taylor, who kept it for a couple of decades. Then in 1977, Paul Rogers, grandson of the book’s original owner, joined the KFD. Paul remembers, “An older fireman, Danny Taylor, hands... Read more
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The Mercury News
Oil industry money flowing into Silicon Valley state Senate racewilling to spend so much money means they think the ads will make a difference,
Oil industry money flowing into Silicon Valley state Senate race
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
willing to spend so much money means they think the ads will make a difference," Levinson said. "Nobody throws away money." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRoger... Read more
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The Mercury News
Internal Affairs: Are candidates really sure they want this job?Affairs is an offbeat look at state and local politics. This week's items were
Internal Affairs: Are candidates really sure they want this job?
The Mercury News / Posted 3 days ago
Affairs is an offbeat look at state and local politics. This week's items were written by Scott Herhold, Robert Salonga, Ramona Giwargis, Eric Kurhi and Paul Rogers. Send tips to internalaffairs@mercurynews.com,... Read more
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Lake Tahoe News
California losing most land to developmentBy Paul Rogers, Mercury News The natural landscape of the American West is gra
California losing most land to development
Lake Tahoe News / Posted 3 days ago
By Paul Rogers, Mercury News The natural landscape of the American West is gradually disappearing under a relentless march of new subdivisions, roads, oil and gas production, agricultural operations and other human development, according to a... Read more
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The Mercury News
Oil industry money flowing into San Jose state senate racegas emissions have fallen 5 percent since 2006 while its GDP has gone up 30 per
Oil industry money flowing into San Jose state senate race
The Mercury News / Posted 5 days ago
gas emissions have fallen 5 percent since 2006 while its GDP has gone up 30 percent, from $1.6 trillion to $2.2 trillion. Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRog... Read more
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birminghammail
The most dangerous roundabouts in Birminghamoutside Asda Barnes HillThe island near Asda in Barnes Hill The mini roundabou
The most dangerous roundabouts in Birmingham
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
outside Asda Barnes HillThe island near Asda in Barnes Hill The mini roundabout on Barnes Hill Road was identified by Paul Rogers. “It’s just not big enough for the traffic!” he said.Gravelly HillThe junction between the A5127 and Kingsbury... Read more
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The Mercury News
America's vanishing West: California losing most land to developmentBy Paul Rogers The natural landscape of the American West is gradually disappe
America's vanishing West: California losing most land to development
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
By Paul Rogers The natural landscape of the American West is gradually disappearing under a relentless march of new subdivisions, roads, oil and gas production, agricultural operations and other human development, according to a detailed mapping... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
American West: Area size of football field lost to development every 2.5 minutesthem,” he said. “And environmentalists often discourage ways to work with priva
American West: Area size of football field lost to development every 2.5 minutes
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
them,” he said. “And environmentalists often discourage ways to work with private landowners to encourage conservation.” Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRoge... Read more
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The Monterey County Herald
American West: Area size of football field lost to development every 2.5 minutesthem,” he said. “And environmentalists often discourage ways to work with priva
American West: Area size of football field lost to development every 2.5 minutes
The Monterey County Herald / Posted 8 days ago
them,” he said. “And environmentalists often discourage ways to work with private landowners to encourage conservation.” Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRoge... Read more
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The Mercury News
America's vanishing West: California losing most land to developmentBy Paul Rogers The natural landscape of the American West is gradually disappe
America's vanishing West: California losing most land to development
The Mercury News / Posted 8 days ago
By Paul Rogers The natural landscape of the American West is gradually disappearing under a relentless march of new subdivisions, roads, oil and gas production, agricultural operations and other human development, according to a detailed mapping... Read more
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The Mercury News
Internal Affairs: Enrique Arguello responds in Fairmont Hotel flapMyron Von Raesfeld. Internal Affairs is an offbeat look at local and state pol
Internal Affairs: Enrique Arguello responds in Fairmont Hotel flap
The Mercury News / Posted 10 days ago
Myron Von Raesfeld. Internal Affairs is an offbeat look at local and state politics. This week's items were written by Ramona Giwargis, Matthew Artz, Tracy Seipel, and Paul Rogers. Send tips to internalaffairs@mercurynews.com, or call 408-920-... Read more
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New Times San Luis Obispo
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CApart of my life from the beginning.” Jason’s worked with an A-list of performe
Publishing Local News and Entertainment for over 29 years in San Luis Obispo County, CA
New Times San Luis Obispo / Posted 13 days ago
part of my life from the beginning.” Jason’s worked with an A-list of performers: Queen, Meat Loaf, Ted Nugent, AC/DC, Paul Rogers, Slash, Jeff Beck, The Healing Sixes, and more. He’s also the creator of Name of My Father—The Zepset CD, a solo... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Rio Rancho police taking longer to respond to 911 callsthan ever to respond to 911 calls. It's taking officers more than 11 minutes t
Rio Rancho police taking longer to respond to 911 calls
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 14 days ago
than ever to respond to 911 calls. It's taking officers more than 11 minutes to respond to Priority 1 calls, Deputy Chief Paul Rogers confirms. That means it's taking a minute longer than the national average to respond to things like violent... Read more
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The Mercury News
California drought rules eased significantlyto go to extraordinary measures like they have in recent years, but we still wa
California drought rules eased significantly
The Mercury News / Posted 15 days ago
to go to extraordinary measures like they have in recent years, but we still want to continue with the wise use of water." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at... Read more
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The Mercury News
California drought: Water wasting rules made permanent under governor's new orderCalifornia received far less and is still in a more serious drought situation.
California drought: Water wasting rules made permanent under governor's new order
The Mercury News / Posted 16 days ago
California received far less and is still in a more serious drought situation. Check back for more on this developing story Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRogers... Read more
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The Mercury News
San Jose councilman Raul Peralez: Cop pointed gun at me at my homefor the incident. Internal Affairs is an offbeat look at local and state polit
San Jose councilman Raul Peralez: Cop pointed gun at me at my home
The Mercury News / Posted 17 days ago
for the incident. Internal Affairs is an offbeat look at local and state politics. This week's items were written by Ramona Giwargis, Scott Herhold, John Woolfolk, and Paul Rogers. Send tips to internalaffairs@mercurynews.com, or call 408-920-... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Why we should leave the European Unionpeople without strife. Yes, immigrants and asylum seekers should always be welc
Why we should leave the European Union
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
people without strife. Yes, immigrants and asylum seekers should always be welcome, but the British people and government must have the final say who is allowed to settle in Britain. Therefore, leave the European Union. Paul Rogers Burton-in-Ke... Read more
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The Mercury News
San Francisco Bay: New trails, historic signs and kayak launch open in former salt ponds areaspace. The public needs to be able to access parts of these areas to appreciate
San Francisco Bay: New trails, historic signs and kayak launch open in former salt ponds area
The Mercury News / Posted 19 days ago
space. The public needs to be able to access parts of these areas to appreciate the wildlife and open space in our midst." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRoge... Read more
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Philly.com
Honoring jazz through an ancient art is this W. Conshy company's specialtyDan Fein said, wearing an ink-streaked lab coat during a recent interview. Thi
Honoring jazz through an ancient art is this W. Conshy company's specialty
Philly.com / Posted 19 days ago
Dan Fein said, wearing an ink-streaked lab coat during a recent interview. This year's Jazz Fest poster artist is Paul Rogers, who also designed 2002's, which featured Wynton Marsalis. That was two years before DMR got involved with the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
Send the Measure AA tax back to the drawing boardand large businesses are assessed a higher tax, to carry their fair share of th
Send the Measure AA tax back to the drawing board
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 20 days ago
and large businesses are assessed a higher tax, to carry their fair share of the financial burden. On Jan. 13, reporter Paul Rogers wrote in the San Jose Mercury News that Measure AA “is being bankrolled by Silicon Valley business leaders and... Read more
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The Mercury News
California residents cut water use 24.3 percent in Marchsaid. "If you don't love your lawn, you ought to lose it, and if you do love yo
California residents cut water use 24.3 percent in March
The Mercury News / Posted 21 days ago
said. "If you don't love your lawn, you ought to lose it, and if you do love your lawn you ought to put it on a diet." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRo... Read more
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The Mercury News
California Drought: Residents cut water use 24.3 percent in March, as rains sent homeowners racing to turn off lawn sprinklersMarcus said. "If you don't love your lawn, you ought to lose it, and if you do
California Drought: Residents cut water use 24.3 percent in March, as rains sent homeowners racing to turn off lawn sprinklers
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
Marcus said. "If you don't love your lawn, you ought to lose it, and if you do love your lawn you ought to put it on a diet." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRogersS... Read more
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The Mercury News
California coast: New trail dedicated to coastal champion Peter Douglas opens Fridaybegins on Usal Road and runs through the property to the coast, is open daily a
California coast: New trail dedicated to coastal champion Peter Douglas opens Friday
The Mercury News / Posted 22 days ago
begins on Usal Road and runs through the property to the coast, is open daily and for free to the public starting Friday. Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRog... Read more
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Irish Examiner
From safe and sloaney to royal fashion icon: The style evolution of Kate Middletonappearance just a few months after having a baby was fairly spectacular. Visit
From safe and sloaney to royal fashion icon: The style evolution of Kate Middleton
Irish Examiner / Posted 24 days ago
appearance just a few months after having a baby was fairly spectacular. Visiting the Warner Bros studios in Leavesden (Paul Rogers/The Times/PA)At the National Portrait Gallery (John Stillwell/PA)(Yui Mok/PA)2014 Whether it was being in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Photographer shares 'haunting' photos of abandoned theme parkof Americana.” Situated on the headwaters of San Marcos River, the theme park
Photographer shares 'haunting' photos of abandoned theme park
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 24 days ago
of Americana.” Situated on the headwaters of San Marcos River, the theme park became a major tourist destination when Paul Rogers opened its doors in 1951. According to Texas State University's website, the park’s main attraction was “Ralph... Read more
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The Mercury News
California's Hetch Hetchy Reservoir draining dealt setback by courtsaid his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he sai
California's Hetch Hetchy Reservoir draining dealt setback by court
The Mercury News / Posted 26 days ago
said his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he said, "and we intend to appeal." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitte... Read more
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The Mercury News
Los Vaqueros Reservoir expansion can be part of a real California water fixproposal to dramatically expand the Los Vaqueros Reservoir in eastern Contra Co
Los Vaqueros Reservoir expansion can be part of a real California water fix
The Mercury News / Posted 26 days ago
proposal to dramatically expand the Los Vaqueros Reservoir in eastern Contra Costa County, as reported by the Mercury News' Paul Rogers on Tuesday, represents a huge opportunity. The Santa Clara Valley Water District should continue talks with the... Read more
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The Mercury News
Court rejects lawsuit to drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoirsaid his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he sai
Court rejects lawsuit to drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoir
The Mercury News / Posted 26 days ago
said his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he said, "and we intend to appeal." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitte... Read more
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KOAT7abc Albuquerque
Child accidentally shoots younger sibling9-year-old child accidentally shot their younger sibling in the shoulder with a
Child accidentally shoots younger sibling
KOAT7abc Albuquerque / Posted 26 days ago
9-year-old child accidentally shot their younger sibling in the shoulder with a handgun. According to Deputy Police Chief Paul Rogers, the shooting happened at a house on 21st Street near Golf Course Road. The victim was taken to a local... Read more
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The Mercury News
Court rejects lawsuit to drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoirsaid his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he sai
Court rejects lawsuit to drain Hetch Hetchy Reservoir
The Mercury News / Posted 26 days ago
said his group's efforts will go on. "We think the court got it wrong," he said, "and we intend to appeal." Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitte... Read more
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Daily Star
Skateboarder wants Noel Gallagher to lose his coolsinger can be seen doing a double take at the stunt and apparently later gave h
Skateboarder wants Noel Gallagher to lose his cool
Daily Star / Posted 27 days ago
singer can be seen doing a double take at the stunt and apparently later gave him a round of applause. NOTE manager Paul Rogers said: “He’d been slagging skaters off saying we never land any tricks and there was a bit of a furore over... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Vengeful skateboarder pranks Noel Gallagher after he slates the sportpoking fun of skaters, including a picture of a skating pig alongside the capti
Vengeful skateboarder pranks Noel Gallagher after he slates the sport
Daily Mirror / Posted 28 days ago
poking fun of skaters, including a picture of a skating pig alongside the caption "I skate therefore I ham." NOTE manager Paul Rogers said: “He’d been slagging skaters off saying we never land any tricks and there was a bit of a furore over... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Noel Gallagher gets brilliantly pranked by a skater in Manchester after slagging off the sportKevin Eley - but he took it in good humour, giving a round of applause afterwar
Noel Gallagher gets brilliantly pranked by a skater in Manchester after slagging off the sport
Manchester Evening News / Posted 28 days ago
Kevin Eley - but he took it in good humour, giving a round of applause afterwards according to the NOTE team. Manager Paul Rogers said: “He’d been slagging skaters off saying we never land any tricks and there was a bit of a furore over... Read more
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The Mercury News
California drought: Plan to enlarge Los Vaqueros Reservoir gains momentumsources could help us in our decision-making process in terms of whether we sup
California drought: Plan to enlarge Los Vaqueros Reservoir gains momentum
The Mercury News / Posted 28 days ago
sources could help us in our decision-making process in terms of whether we support or don't support the tunnels," she said. Paul Rogers covers resources and environmental issues. Contact him at 408-920-5045. Follow him at Twitter.com/PaulRogersSJ... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
San Marcos, Texas photographer shares 'haunting' photos of abandoned Aquarena Springs theme parkof Americana.” Situated on the headwaters of San Marcos River, the theme park
San Marcos, Texas photographer shares 'haunting' photos of abandoned Aquarena Springs theme park
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 29 days ago
of Americana.” Situated on the headwaters of San Marcos River, the theme park became a major tourist destination when Paul Rogers opened its doors in 1951. According to Texas State University's website, the park’s main attraction was “Ralph... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Fonterra has no future: do we?beat in on the vertical blinds of the Waimate Community Centre for most of the
Fonterra has no future: do we?
Otago Daily Times / Posted 1 months ago
beat in on the vertical blinds of the Waimate Community Centre for most of the day, turning chief commissioner Paul Rogers' face a bright scarlet by morning teatime as we slipped into an ever-decreasing spiral of detail, beginning with... Read more

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