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RAPID CITY, S.D. (AP) — A yard waste fire that has been burning for a week at the Rapid City landfill is nearly contained. Officials say the blaze, which ignited on May 16th, should be fully out by the end of the week. (Information in the following...
John Edward Barger, 93, of Hagerstown, died Sunday, May 19, 2013, at Coffman Nursing Home in Hagerstown, Md. Born Sept. 11, 1919, in Hagerstown, he was the son of the late John Franklin and Maude Estelle Barger. He was preceded in death by his wife of...
ReutersMay 16 (Reuters) - A northern section of the Illinois River reopened to restricted vessel traffic late on Wednesday after a five-day closure for emergency repair and salvage work at a dam that was damaged during historic flooding last month, the U.S....
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An angler Dan Mishler knows built a fish shelter in the waters of Lake Charlevoix in front of his house. Over the winter, said Mishler, who is the president of the Lake Charlevoix Association, the man was ice fishing over that shelter. In the early...
Tags: Conservation, Biology, Sepsis, Science and Technology, Fishing
OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — The amount of water flowing into the Missouri River is expected to remain lower than usual, so officials are conserving water in the river's reservoirs. Officials said Tuesday the drought continues to affect the river because...
Capt. Frank Camarda has piloted his 80-foot party boat Miss Beach Haven to the tip of Holgate on the southern end of Long Beach Island for ages. Camarda knows his boat drafts 4.5 feet of water. He knows Little Egg Inlet is about 6.5 feet at low tide, and...
DEVILS LAKE, N.D. -- While the Red River flooding grabs the biggest headlines for its critical flooding emergency, the chronic story is Devils Lake. "It's been going on for 20 years; you get tired of it," says Dan Webster, chairman of the Ramsey...
McClatchy-Tribune News ServiceWith just 1,000 men, women and children accustomed to - and often preferring - the seclusion their permanent residence affords, Block Island doesn't often have issues big enough to draw even one-tenth of its year-round population out of their homes on a...
When first proposed about a decade ago, it seemed like a promising means to revive the Chesapeake Bay's devastated oyster crop: Bring in Chinese oysters, which are impervious to the diseases killing the native stock and also grow faster. If successful,...
Don Young, vice president and regional manager of MBP, has been named a Fellow by the Society of American Military Engineers, the construction consulting firm announced. "This honor is a reflection of Don's perseverance to promote and facilitate...
BOYNE CITY — Hundreds of Northern Michigan residents turned out to hear three groups speak to the reasons behind the declining Great Lakes water levels at the Boyne City High School's performing arts center. Jennifer McKay, policy specialist with...
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