Monthly Archives: June 2016

Boone beat for tuesday, march 22 _ boone beat _ reporter. net

11:03 a. m. — Stephen Scott Goff, 25, Carmel, probation violation, Boone County Sheriff’s Office. 12:20 a. m. — Anthony D. Altavilla, 53, Carmel, public intoxication, operating while intoxicated, operating while intoxicated – endangerment, ZPD. Sunday, March 20 11:38 p.

Unc not coal-free by 2020, but hopefully greenhouse gas-neutral by 2050 __ the daily tar heel

After abandoning UNC’s pledge to be coal-free by 2020, UNC announced a goal to be greenhouse gas-neutral at a January Board of Trustees meeting. Brad Ives, associate vice chancellor for campus enterprises, said the University adopted a “wait and see”

Feds_ epa fails to protect water from oilfield contamination – northern michigan’s news leader

By ELLEN KNICKMEYER Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – The U. S. Environmental Protection Agency is failing in its mandate to protect underground drinking water reserves from oilfield contamination, according to a federal review singling out lax EPA oversight in

Fallout of the ‘falling’ crude price for saudi arabia _ leaprate

With more than 25% of the global proven oil reserves and more than 255 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves; Saudi Arabia reported to generate more than 85% of the country’s export revenues from this hydrocarbon wealth for the fiscal

Pratt unveils fourth 100-percent-recycled paper mill in us – rt – recycling today

Pratt Industries, headquartered in Conyers, Georgia, has unveiled its fourth 100-percent-recycled paper mill in the United States, with a grand opening celebration Thursday, March 31, 2016, at the Valparaiso, Indiana, facility. The recycled paper mill started production the first week

Take a moment_ there’s more to borgarnes than bónus and n1 – the reykjavik grapevine

Tweet Borganes is perhaps best known as the last‐chance gas and Bónus stop before the long drive onward to the remote Westfjords or the north of Iceland. Passing through, this diminutive town appears to have been dramatically sliced off just

$4.9m in upgrades planned for springfield gas lines this summer _ www. springfieldnewssun. com

Columbia Gas of Ohio will spend about $1.5 million this summer to replace gas lines on the northwest side of Springfield, one of three projects that will cost a total of $4.9 million. The utility company will replace more than

Dottie smith_ let’s take a few well worth it historic rides

Posted: April 14, 2016 0 Looking for something different to do and get out into the beautiful outdoors? I’ve chosen seven historical places all easy to drive to. All you have to do is pack your picnic lunch, put on

Car-sharing can slash greenhouse emissions by one-third – environmentalresearchweb

News Apr 6, 2016 Car-sharing can slash greenhouse emissions by one-third In urban areas, car-sharing organizations are attracting more and more members, who gain access to a pool of cars that can often be hired for periods as short as

Keppel, sembcorp rebounds may be short-lived as rig orders drop – gcaptain

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Isola_ phil jackson needs to hire tom thibodeau – ny daily news

The best thing Phil Jackson can do for James Dolan, Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis and Knicks fans everywhere is to get on a plane Wednesday and head straight for Los Angeles. Maybe Dolan will be kind enough to drive Phil

Gliding on the ice at bentley’s fantasy camp

It was just before 2:00 PM when I landed in Helsinki, bleary-eyed and more than slightly disoriented, after a late-night departure from New York and an early-morning connection in Amsterdam. I was staring at the departures board. There was one

The latest_ filing says hastert claimed he was extorted – kwwl – eastern iowa breaking news, weather, closings

CHICAGO (AP) – The Latest on former U. S. House Speaker Dennis Hastert’s hush-money case (all times local): 8:55 p. m. Federal prosecutors say when they questioned Dennis Hastert about his large cash withdrawals the former House speaker told them