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Archive: September 18, 2012

GRAPHIC: You've earned a say

DENVER - AARP is kicking off a statewide tour of Colorado today, aimed at helping people understand the issues in the November election and encouraging them to vote. It's all part of the the AARP Main Street You've Earned a Say outreach effort, a national campaign designed to bring the discussion o ...Read More

PHOTO: Weatherization worker. Courtesy of Ohio Partners for Affordable Energy.

COLUMBUS, Ohio - It's been a busy three years for Ohio's weatherization network, since federal stimulus dollars were released to expand the Weatherization Assistance Program. Fast action by agencies resulted in the weatherization of more than 40,000 houses in the state, about 15 percent more than in ...Read More

PHOTO: Suction dredge mining. Photo credit: J. Hayes

BOISE, Idaho - Idaho has been experiencing a mini gold rush as the price of the precious metal stays at record highs, with hundreds of miners heading to rivers and streams with motorized suction dredging equipment to try to extract gold flakes from riverbeds. One proposal for such an operation is fo ...Read More

PHOTO: Desert scene near Valley Falls in Lake County, Oregon. Photo credit: Gary Halvorson, Oregon State Archives.

BEND, Ore. - Wildfires have damaged thousands of acres of Oregon's high desert land this summer, and restoring it will be a prime topic at this week's Desert Conference in Bend. The Oregon Natural Desert Association (ONDA) brings together conservation groups and volunteers, ranchers and educators, a ...Read More

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