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Daily American Staff Writer @PeteBosakOHNSTOWN — Nearly $370 million in new contracts were announced Friday for area defense contractors and other companies at the 23rd Annual Showcase for Commerce. Richland Township-based Concurrent Technologies Corp. announced a $15 million contract...
MACKINAC ISLAND, Mich. (AP) — Gov. Rick Snyder showed no inclination Thursday to take a high-profile stand on gay marriage, even as the push to allow same-sex unions gains momentum nationwide and the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to make key rulings...
Farm, Field & Garden CorrespondentMaple syrup often equates with big business in the Eastern portion of the United States. In places like New England, maple producers have the trees, the equipment and the volume to build an industry. But here in Pennsylvania, maple syrup does not center...
In a recent letter to the editor, Charles Campbell rehashes tired talking points and cherry picks data to attack proven renewable energy sources like wind and solar power ("Nuclear is greenest," May 28). The old-school reliability concerns Mr....
Tom Horton's op-ed in praise of Norman Meadows and nuclear power presented inaccuracies ("Time for greens to embrace nukes," May 22). Climate change is a crisis that necessitates phasing out fossil fuels, but relying on nuclear power to replace them is...
Tags: Recipes, Nuclear Power, Environmental Issues
The Hartford CourantA bill redefining how Connecticut counts and categorizes clean energy passed the House on Tuesday after months of debate and negotiations over its treatment of large-scale hydropower. The vote, 112-33, sent the measure back to the Senate to approve a...
Royal Farms has agreed to pay a $600,000 penalty for fuel leaks at two of its Maryland outlets and to check dozens more for possible problems, the state Department of the Environment said. The Baltimore-based convenience store chain, in a settlement that...
Tags: Petroleum Industry, Punishment, Cecil County, Farms, Inventories
Dairy farmer Ron Koetsier's 1,200 cows produce roughly 90 tons of manure daily, and for the last three decades, he has tried unsuccessfully to turn the stinky dung into energy to power his 450-acre farm in Visalia. He installed a nearly $1-million...
The company that supplies natural gas to Chicago has a problem, which means its customers have a problem. Peoples Gas delivers its product through some 2,000 miles of pipes that thread under the city's streets and sidewalks. Some of that pipe has been...
SACRAMENTO — Southern California residents will have to get serious about energy conservation, particularly this summer, now that the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station has been permanently shut down. Without that nuclear plant, which accounted...
Assemblyman V. Manuel Pérez, D-Coachella, put forth a legislative proposal Thursday for a new coordinated approach to state energy procurement that emphasizes affordability and reliability. The proposal also would help the state meet its greenhouse gas...
SCOTTSBLUFF, Neb. (AP) - A proposed Scottsbluff beef processing plant would focus on the South Korean market as part of the company's unique business model, a company manager says. General manager Keith DeHaan of Future Food Energy LLC told members of...
Tags: South Korea, Environmental Issues
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