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The Downers Grove Park District is ready to embark on a three-year project in the Lyman Woods Forest Preserve. The work is designed to maintain the results of the years-long Lyman Woods Stabilization Project, in which the Park District sought to improve...
firstname.lastname@example.orgGrowing up in Clear Spring, biologist Kim Dryden's childhood seems almost like a Disney nature movie. Her father and grandfather both worked for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, which gave her an unusual exposure to wildlife. "I remember...
ReporterLeading the charge is "the trail machine," a piece of equipment that's clearing a path through the hilly terrain, but it can't do the job alone. Following behind is a crew of volunteers equipped with hand tools. They're working with the U.S. Army...
Irving Cassius Hall, 89, West Palm Beach, Fla., passed away on Monday, Feb. 11, 2013, due to complications caused by a stroke creating a fall. Irving Cassius Hall was born in Quaker City, Ohio on June 17, 1923, the son of Alden Hall (descendent of the...
Channel 2 NewsThree pieces of legislation filed in the Alaska House of Representatives could shape the future of economic development in Alaska. House Bill 78 deals with primacy, the federal government's ability to allow the state of Alaska to enforce certain...
Contractors for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have begun dredging sediment in the Santa Ana River Marsh in Newport Beach — some of which is being piped just offshore for beach replenishment, drawing concerns from residents. The roughly $5-...
PETOSKEY -- Resort Township board members decided Tuesday to seek engineers' help to draw up plans for possible Walloon Lake access improvements at the south end of Townsend Road. The board decided by a unanimous voice vote to seek Northwest Design...
Louis A. Dykstra, 87, Marianna, died Friday Feb. 8, 2013, at County Home Personal Care Home in Bentleyville. He was born Dec. 1, 1925, in Peters Township a son of Louis Dykstra Sr. and Kathryn Caraffi Dykstra. Mr. Dykstra was a graduate of East Washington...
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Since the end of January, three bills have been introduced to garner funding for the dredging of Lake Michigan harbors. The first bill, House Bill 4106, would allow funds to be diverted from the Natural Resources Trust Fund and used for dredging in...
On Feb. 5, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers released the official news: that Lake Michigan and Lake Huron have officially scraped the lowest levels recorded. Lakes Michigan and Huron — considered one lake connected at the Straits of Mackinac...
Tags: Weather Statistics, U.S. Army, Lake Michigan, Weather, Science
100 YEARS AGO 1913 Edward Parker, who lives four miles northeast of Crab Orchard, while temporarily insane, went out to his barn, placed a stick of dynamite on the ground and then laid his head on it. This done, he applied a match to the dynamite...
TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. (AP) — Two of the Great Lakes have hit their lowest water levels ever recorded, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers said Tuesday, capping more than a decade of below-normal rain and snowfall and higher temperatures that boost...
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