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Daily American Staff WriterSomerset County Commissioner John Vatavuk said Cambria Somerset Authority water sales have held steady this year. The authority expects to generate $944,400 in water sales in 2013, an increase of about $100,000 from two years ago. "We have a few big...
Central Maryland appears to have been spared the worst of Sandy's fury, which was delivered farther up the Atlantic Coast. One man was killed after a tree fell on his home in Pasadena. A second was killed in a head-on collision in Clarksburg that...
Ever since John M. Keynes proposed governmental influxes of money to stimulate ailing economies, there has been a steady flow of objections from free-market enthusiasts. They always use the same old arguments: continued unemployment and a pitifully slow...
Channel 2 NewsJuneau's electric utility company has completed another barrier designed to protect power lines from avalanches. Alaska Electric Light and Power says work is finished on a second avalanche splitter that will divert snow around power line towers. Large...
Personnel from the Conowingo Hydroelectric Station will move crest gates Thursday from the upper parking lot at the Conowingo Visitor Center to the Conowingo Dam after the completion of regular maintenance and repairs. To move these large crest gates,...
South Bend TribuneSOUTH BEND — The St. Joseph River’s capacity to power mills and other industry was one of the assets that drew settlers to its shores in the 1800s. On Wednesday, city officials took a step toward tapping that power again by installing a...
South Bend TribuneFOUND: Rusty bicycle frame, thoroughly encrusted with sediment, stones and half of a clamshell because it's been bathing in the St. Joseph River -- until now. Draped with dried river plants. Like artwork. Now exposed to the air for the first time in God-...
A look at some notable power outages around the world: July 31, 2012: Three power grids across half of India fail in what authorities call overdrawing of the system, leaving a record 620 million people without power for several hours and raising...
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President and general manager of Boyne Mountain Resort Ed Grice remembers a recurring theme of fishing with Boyne founder Everett Kircher: the potential of danger and death. "It would be dark, and we would be in a 14-foot row boat with a 9-horse...
Lake Aldred water levels may be slightly lower than usual this weekend because of damaged flashboards on Holtwood Dam. The lower levels may affect boating activity on the lake, and boaters are asked to observe the information posted at PPL’s Pequea...
Let's just say that hydroelectric dams haven't taken as long to complete as the Lost City Diner, Joy Martin's long-awaited project in the Charles North neighborhood. There were rumors of activity on the corner of Charles and Lafayette in early July,...
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