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Whether for or against the TransCanada Keystone XL pipeline, everyone agrees that safety and responsibility are two key components to making this project a success for TransCanada and South Dakotans. But a proposal by the South Dakota Senate...
firstname.lastname@example.orgA longtime paperboard manufacturer in Jefferson County, W.Va., has agreed to pay a $104,850 civil penalty to settle alleged water-pollution violations at its facility in Halltown near Harpers Ferry. Ox Paperboard LLC, formerly Halltown Paperboard, has...
During routine sampling conducted on 10/28/2011, Tetrachoroethene (PCE) has been found in West Lebanon Township Municipal Public Water Supply (PWS) Well #2. PCE was absent during routine sampling by West Lebanon Township conducted during August 2011. ...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsIt began with complaints about water that smelled like paint thinner and gasoline. Now, the Kansas Department of Health and Environment is taking steps to correct a well water contamination problem in Andover. The affected area is the Easter Addition,...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsKDHE and NuStar Energy hosted a neighborhood meeting Thursday night at the Andover Public Library. The meeting focused on water contamination. Residents in a North Andover neighborhood say they are worried about their health and their property values....
The famously inept Keystone Kops from the silent-movie era have relocated inside the Washington Beltway, performing the same kinds of inexplicable actions that were their trademark in the 1920s. President Barack Obama has refused to approve the Keystone...
Heavy rains routinely trigger big sewage overflows in Baltimore, but there is growing evidence that chronic leaks from the region's aging, cracked sewer lines are a bigger threat to public health. Though storm-fed spills can be dramatic, Baltimore's'...
Seeking to end a long history of abuse and neglect of Baltimore's waters, an ambitious new plan calls for a concerted public and private campaign to curb sewage leaks and littering and make the harbor swimmable by decade's end. The "Healthy Harbor"...
The maker of the blow-out preventer that failed to stop last year`s disastrous in the Gulf of Mexico will pay $250 million. But something tells us there`s something else lurking in the briny deep. Texas wildlife officials say large species of shrimp,...
By attaching provisions in favor of a gigantic tar sands oil pipeline to the payroll tax cut legislation, Congress seems intent on putting Maryland's coasts in peril. The Keystone XL pipeline, which is proposed to run from Alberta in Canada to Texas,...
As we move closer to cold weather, it is a good time to think about strategies for winter feeding of livestock, since it is a necessary part of nearly all operations. Choosing the right place for winter feeding can improve production and reduce threats to...
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