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Going green is a hot topic; everything from compact fluorescent light bulbs to wind turbines to solar panels. Everyone is encouraged to get on board, agriculture included. Agriculture does utilize a bit of electricity, and many farms throughout the...
People often ask me what I write about in my first-Sunday-of-the-month-Lifestyle column. "Anything I darn well please," I answer. It's true. I appreciate the freedom editors give me. I've got a list of "evergreens" — topics that work any...
Tags: Arts, Dance, Solar Energy, Teachers, Jazz (genre)
Defeat of Ryan budget a victory for seniors To the editor: The defeat of the Ryan budget in the U.S. Senate by a vote of 57-40 last week was a victory for America's seniors and a clear message that Americans will not tolerate dismantling of the...
firstname.lastname@example.org— Around the Shepherd University campus, Ed Snyder is known for his ability to teach theory and how to apply it in real life. His windmill and “veggie van” are examples of how he reaches out to his students. Snyder, 62, of...
Tags: West Virginia, Elections, Human Interest, GMC, Science
The Associated PressMaryland must lock in the jobs and clean energy created by building offshore wind farms, but if that energy costs too much, ratepayers should have an escape clause, Gov. Martin O’Malley said Thursday. The Democratic governor lobbied members of...
Tags: Elections, Solar Energy, Government, Wind Power, Global Warming
Bush was in the car, but the Democrats were driving To the editor: I’m getting a little tired of letters blaming President Bush for the problems this country is having. To set the record straight, the Democrats took over the Senate and the...
The text of President Barack Obama's State of the Union address, as prepared for delivery and released by the White House. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, members of Congress, distinguished guests and fellow Americans: Tonight I want to begin by...
In approving the Allegheny Energy/FirstEnergy merger, the Maryland Public Service Commission called on the utilities to "meet certain conditions that track (and, in certain instances, build upon) commitments the applicants offered to make in the course of...
The Associated PressMaryland utilities would have to sign multi-decade contracts to buy offshore wind energy under a proposal Gov. Martin O’Malley could introduce as soon as Thursday. A draft of O’Malley’s offshore wind bill, a copy of which was obtained...
email@example.comWhen Wayne Mackey heard that rate caps were going to expire for Pennsylvania's electricity industry on Jan. 1, 2010, he got worried. It was WGAL's Brian Roche — the keynote speaker for an energy workshop Saturday at Wilson College — who...
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