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Archive: November 10, 2011

SILVERTON, Ore. - Oregon nonprofit groups are sharing ideas this week to give everyone in the state opportunities to better themselves financially at the "Rebuilding Opportunity" conference here this week. Carmina Lass, executive director of Innovative Changes, a Portland group which makes microloa ...Read More

COLUMBUS, Ohio - As a salute to the more than 900,000 veterans in Ohio, AARP is giving those who have served the opportunity to brush up on their skills behind the wheel. The AARP Driver Safety Program is offering a free course this month to all active and non-active members of the military. State ...Read More

FAYETTEVILLE, N.C. - Just days before the first hearing under the Racial Justice Act (RJA) is scheduled to take place, the state has filed a motion to have the African-American judge in the case recuse himself (withdraw) from the hearing. Cumberland County prosecutors claim Superior Court Judge Greg ...Read More

FARMINGTON, N.M. - An effort is under way to get Public Service Company of New Mexico (PNM) to clean up nitrogen oxides (NOx) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) being emitted by the San Juan Generating Station. According to New Energy Economy, the coal-fired electric plant emits more than 8.5 million tons of ...Read More

DETROIT - At least 48 Michigan farmers will be using the sun to power their operations this year, thanks to the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). It gives farmers and rural small businesses grants and loan guarantees to become more energy independent. Grant Toner farms in Bad Axe near Detro ...Read More

PHOENIX - Federal immigration enforcement procedures implemented this year were supposed to refocus deportation efforts to target dangerous criminals. A just-released study finds that the new priorities are not fundamentally changing the Obama administration's overall immigration policy, which has l ...Read More

ALBANY, N.Y. - With colder weather ushering in the home heating season, New Yorkers are being warned not to move firewood more than 50 miles beyond its origin because they might be spreading insects and diseases that can destroy Empire State forests. "Buy it where you burn it" is the slogan, aimed p ...Read More

BOSTON - "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" will be the focus at the State House in Boston today. Several groups concerned with health care delivery in the state will be there asking lawmakers to focus more on prevention in the delivery of health care to Bay Staters. Amy Whitcomb Sl ...Read More

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