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Deseret News
Utah counties determined to find port for coalSALT LAKE CITY — Utah's coal country does not believe a unanimous vote by the O
Utah counties determined to find port for coal
Deseret News / Posted yesterday
SALT LAKE CITY — Utah's coal country does not believe a unanimous vote by the Oakland City Council prohibiting port access for its coal puts the state's hope for an export terminal in the dust. Developers of the terminal at the site of the former... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?this controversy, but public opinion and desire may make wolf reintroduction a
Mountain Town News: Will wolves ever yip & growl in Colorado?
Summit Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
this controversy, but public opinion and desire may make wolf reintroduction a reality,” they said in a January email to Mountain Town News. “What would be important from the ranching viewpoint would be a way to control wolf numbers and problem... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Modernizing coal leasing on public lands boosts Colorado’s economyby any temporary leasing pause to reform the program. To put that in perspectiv
Modernizing coal leasing on public lands boosts Colorado’s economy
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 5 days ago
by any temporary leasing pause to reform the program. To put that in perspective, that’s about 1.5 times the size of Rocky Mountain National Park. While coal mining continues in the Rockies and across the country (even as the industry faces... Read more
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Loveland Reporter-Herald
GOP hopefuls appeal to voters in Loveland (with debate audio)top issues, he said, include health care costs — Medicaid creating too much pre
GOP hopefuls appeal to voters in Loveland (with debate audio)
Loveland Reporter-Herald / Posted 6 days ago
top issues, he said, include health care costs — Medicaid creating too much pressure on the state's budget; economic development — finding solutions to the state's transportation problems on Interstate 25 and making sure the state has strong... Read more
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Drayton Valley Western Review
Alberta Municipal Affairs hosts public meetingsand summer to discuss the impact and implications of the Revised Municipal Gove
Alberta Municipal Affairs hosts public meetings
Drayton Valley Western Review / Posted 8 days ago
and summer to discuss the impact and implications of the Revised Municipal Government Act. A public meeting was held in Rocky Mountain House on June 6 and attended by municipal representatives from the Town of Drayton Valley and the Village of... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Mountain View County residents push back against motorsports facilityCARSTAIRS — Residents living around a proposed motorsports park want the red fl
Mountain View County residents push back against motorsports facility
Calgary Sun / Posted 12 days ago
CARSTAIRS — Residents living around a proposed motorsports park want the red flag waved on its development. They don’t want it built, worrying it will lead to increased traffic and noise, as well as affect wildlife and property values in the... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Kinseth Announces 30 Properties Receive Tripadvisor Certificate Of Excellencea relaxing night of sleep, guests can wake up to a hot Be Our Guest Breakfast b
Kinseth Announces 30 Properties Receive Tripadvisor Certificate Of Excellence
Hospitality Net / Posted 12 days ago
a relaxing night of sleep, guests can wake up to a hot Be Our Guest Breakfast buffet. Country Inn & Suites by Carlson, Rocky Mount, NCCountry Inn & Suites by Carlson in Rocky Mount, North Carolina offers a wide variety of amenities that will... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Bulletin Boardmeeting to introduce the results from a recent floodplain study by Atkins Engin
Bulletin Board
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 14 days ago
meeting to introduce the results from a recent floodplain study by Atkins Engineering, hosted by the Fremont Economic Development Corporation, will be at the Abbey Events Center, 2951 E. U.S. 50. Cost is $15 per person, which includes lunch.... Read more
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Canon City Daily Record
Bulletin Boardface painting, essential oils, bounce house, caregiver support and more. Fun fo
Bulletin Board
Canon City Daily Record / Posted 18 days ago
face painting, essential oils, bounce house, caregiver support and more. Fun for all ages. 9 a.m. The Royal Gorge Quilt Council will begin with meet and greet at the Golden Age Center at 728 Main St. the second Saturday of each month. Business... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Developers behind failed Crowsnest resort charged, 10 years after investors lost $33 millionCriminal charges have been laid against the business partners behind a failed r
Developers behind failed Crowsnest resort charged, 10 years after investors lost $33 million
Calgary Sun / Posted 18 days ago
Criminal charges have been laid against the business partners behind a failed real estate development in the Crowsnest Pass, 10 years after the two men allegedly bilked investors out of more than $33 million. William Bradley, 68, and Colin Becker,... Read more
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The Daily Sentinel
Email letters, June 7, 2016F ½ Road, immediately west of 31 Road, a new section of sidewalk was just built
Email letters, June 7, 2016
The Daily Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
F ½ Road, immediately west of 31 Road, a new section of sidewalk was just built, as part of a new subdivision development. It will be heavily used by the kids from Thunder Mountain Elementary School, just to the west. However, anyone... Read more
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Methow Valley News
Murray, Cantwell sponsor bill to nix mining in Methow Headwatersgot a boost last week when Washington’s senators introduced legislation aimed a
Murray, Cantwell sponsor bill to nix mining in Methow Headwaters
Methow Valley News / Posted 23 days ago
got a boost last week when Washington’s senators introduced legislation aimed at making the area off-limits to mining development. Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) introduced a bill, co-sponsored by Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA), that seeks to protect... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
NC filmmaker's documentary carries a warningclaimed lives, devoured homes and swept away entire factories 100 years ago thi
NC filmmaker's documentary carries a warning
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 23 days ago
claimed lives, devoured homes and swept away entire factories 100 years ago this July. Though people weren’t living on mountain slopes in 1916, when 22 inches of rain in a 24-hour period caused the French Broad River to rise 17 feet above flood... Read more
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Business Wire
NIRI Announces Individual Chapter Leadership Award WinnersLos Angeles; Darin Arita, Corey Kinger and Debra Wasser, New York; Joseph Hasse
NIRI Announces Individual Chapter Leadership Award Winners
Business Wire / Posted 23 days ago
Los Angeles; Darin Arita, Corey Kinger and Debra Wasser, New York; Joseph Hassett, Philadelphia; Jennifer Almquist, Rocky Mountain; Robert Uhl, San Diego; Nicole Noutsios, San Francisco; Kevin Kessel, Silicon Valley; Al Aneja, South Florida;... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Local filmmaker’s documentary carries a warningan estimated $114 million in damage —�happened in Western North Carolina, where
Local filmmaker’s documentary carries a warning
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 23 days ago
an estimated $114 million in damage —�happened in Western North Carolina, where developers continue building homes on mountain slopes for families who many say are unaware of the dangers, the results would have rivaled those of the 1916 flood,... Read more
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The Manteca Bulletin
End of the road for CVB?close its doors. “We’ll pack our bags and we’ll close,” CVB Chief Executive Of
End of the road for CVB?
The Manteca Bulletin / Posted 25 days ago
close its doors. “We’ll pack our bags and we’ll close,” CVB Chief Executive Officer Virginia Camacho told the Manteca City Council Thursday after elected leaders indicated they weren’t supportive of the non-profit’s proposal to secure either... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
JBA young lawyers section electionsactivities � Member, 2013-present � State Bar of Georgia, 2015-present � Saf
JBA young lawyers section elections
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 29 days ago
activities � Member, 2013-present � State Bar of Georgia, 2015-present � Safari Club International, past volunteer � Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, volunteer � National Wild Turkey Federation, Jacksonville Chapter committee member Goals for... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Why climb a mountain? Because it’s there ... to teach business lessonstwo representatives from Outward Bound, set the route and assign tasks to each
Why climb a mountain? Because it’s there ... to teach business lessons
The Globe and Mail / Posted 1 months ago
two representatives from Outward Bound, set the route and assign tasks to each other to ensure a safe trip up and down the mountain. “We are talking about adventure education involving some level of risk,” says Jennifer Krahn, executive director... Read more

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