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Last week, Texas and Oklahoma squared off in a Supreme Court battle over water rights that has the drought-ridden West on edge. At issue is a state's control over its own water: Texas seeks to buy or otherwise tap water from Oklahoma under the terms of an...
A group of Lehigh Valley companies has sued the former owner of the Stroh Brewery, alleging that Stroh has stopped contributing money to clean up a former landfill in South Whitehall Township now designated a Superfund site. PPL Electric Utilities,...
If you're planning to do some remodeling work this spring and summer, certain energy-efficiency improvements could put some cash back in your pocket while adding value to your home. Tax incentives are available to help offset the cost of going green....
Washington, DC - The American Seed Trade Association (ASTA) and CropLife America (CLA) announced the release of The Guide to Seed Treatment Stewardship, an industry-wide initiative to promote the safe handling and management of treated seed. Endorsed by...
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WASHINGTON -- Sarah Bittleman, the new agriculture counselor at the Environmental Protection Agency, is determined to improve communications between rural America and an agency that many farmers consider both economically and culturally threatening. "My...
KickingTiresThe C7 version of Chevrolet's iconic Corvette Stingray gets modern styling, a more powerful and efficient powertrain, and a modest price increase for 2014. The coupe will start at $51,995 when it goes on sale this summer and the convertible......
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Daily American Staff Writer, @daalyssacPITTSBURGH (AP) — The Environmental Protection Agency has dramatically lowered its estimate of how much of a potent heat-trapping gas leaks during natural gas production, in a shift with major implications for a debate that has divided...
Last year Mike Rounds, former governor of South Dakota, said that he had no plans to run for U.S. Senate — but a year watching the dysfunction in the federal government, plus a little prodding from his friends, made him change his mind, Rounds said....
email@example.comHUSTONVILLE — About 15 years after the EPA first designated western Lincoln County an “impaired watershed,” officials hope they’re close to funding the first step of a solution to the severe water quality issues that have plagued...
It was a chronic thing: Almost every time Erma Taylor's great-grandson caught a cold, he also ended up having a severe asthma attack. Taylor, a retired nurse, spent many hours at a hospital, helping to hold the toddler for tests and breathing treatments,...
"What's the second paragraph?" That is my boilerplate response when someone suggests a column idea to me. "Yeah. Right. But where do I go from there?" Not every topic is worth 700 words. So, today I will offer a few words on recent headlines in the...
A massive explosion ripped through a fertilizer plant near Waco, Texas, injuring more than 100 and leaving many feared dead. Authorities were bracing to find more victims in collapsed buildings, which rescuers could not approach because of the raging...
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