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Archive: September 12, 2013

Photo: View from the planned hike for Hike to HEAL on September 21st in Evergreen. Courtesy: Hike to HEAL

EVERGREEN, Colo. – It's not uncommon for people to lace up their sneakers to raise money for a worthy cause, but this is the first time people in Colorado can dig out their hiking boots and enjoy Three Sisters and The Brother Peaks to help folks with HIV or AIDS. The Hike to HEAL will take p ...Read More

PHOTO: Honor Flights help veterans get a firsthand look at the World War II Memorial and other tributes to their military service. Photo courtesy U.S. Government.

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah - A new effort is beginning today in Utah to help the state's older military veterans see the memorials in Washington, D.C., that have been dedicated to their service. The Community Foundation of Utah is helping launch Panoramaland Honor Flight of Utah as part of the national Ho ...Read More

PHOTO:  Conservationists call a circuit judge's decision on a waste water discharge permit for this coal-fired power plant in Trimble County a victory for clean water in Kentucky.  Photo courtesy of the Sierra Club.

FRANKFORT, Ky. – Calling it a landmark court decision, environmentalists say a judge's ruling in Frankfort that will remove one source of pollution from the Ohio River shows a much bigger "victory for clean water and public health." At the heart of the legal battle is a permit that had allow ...Read More

PHOTO: Children’s Action Alliance president Dana Naimark says state lawmakers have been raising expectations for schools, while Arizona has endured the third-highest cuts to K-12 education since the recession. CREDIT: CAA.<br />PHOTO: Children’s Action Alliance president Dana Naimark says state lawmakers have been raising expectations for schools, while Arizona has endured the third-highest cuts to K-12 education since the recession. CREDIT: CAA.<br /><br />PHOTO: Children’s Action Alliance president Dana N

PHOENIX – Since the recession began, only Oklahoma and Alabama have beaten Arizona when it comes to K-12 per student funding cuts, according to a new report from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities. The ranking comes in spite of a recent $82 million increase in state schools funding, ...Read More

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