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Big Creek

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  • Move path for natural-gas pipeline to protect water supply

    First of two parts. Only a relatively small piece of a proposed natural-gas pipeline that is to cross three states would come through a corner of south Lake County, but the route is directly through one of the most environmentally sensitive areas in...
  • Drought blocking passages to sea for California coho salmon

    Drought blocking passages to sea for California coho salmon
    DAVENPORT, Calif. — By now, water would typically be ripping down Scott Creek, and months ago it should have burst through a berm of sand to provide fish passage between freshwater and the ocean. Instead, young coho salmon from this redwood and...
  • 14,300-acre Aspen fire burns northeast of Fresno

    14,300-acre Aspen fire burns northeast of Fresno
    A fire with a high potential for enlarging continues to burn in an area northwest of Huntington Lake in the Sierra National Forest northeast of Fresno. The blaze, known as the Aspen fire, has grown over 14,300 acres and is 35% contained, according to...
  • Lehigh Valley Wine Trail March Madness

     
    My wife and I love March Madness at the eight wineries that constitute the Lehigh Valley Wine Trail, but our first weekend got off to a rocky start. We typically decide to hit the most distant wineries first and then......
  • Autopsy: Hays teen's death was accidental

    Autopsy: Hays teen's death was accidental
    The Ellis County Sheriff's Office says the death of an 18-year-old whose body was found Monday afternoon was accidental. A coronor's report showed she died of Hypothermia along with a cerebral contusion and head injury from a fall. The sheriff's...
  • Human remains identified as Marie Hanson, woman missing from forest gathering

    Human remains identified as Marie Hanson, woman missing from forest gathering
    UPDATE:  The skeletal remains that were located near Big Creek during the past two searches have been positively identified through dental records as belonging to Marie Hanson.  Hanson had been reported missing from the Rainbow Family Gathering located in...
  • Major expansion projects planned for Fort Hays State University

    Major expansion projects planned for Fort Hays State University
    As enrollment continues to grow at Fort Hays State University, the school is planning four new projects to handle the growth. The four projects will cost around $24 million, but school officials say they will have an economic impact of $40 million and...
  • Hundreds honor Staff Sgt. Tyler Smith who was killed while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom

    Hundreds honor Staff Sgt. Tyler Smith who was killed while supporting Operation Enduring Freedom
    SUMMERSVILLE, Mo. - On Friday hundreds of people stood in silence along a stretch of nearly 70 miles of road to honor a fallen soldier from Licking. Staff Sgt. Tyler J. Smith, 24, of Licking, Mo., died April 3, in Kandahar province, Afghanistan, of wounds...
  • Edison Announces Its Challenge Competition

    ROSEMEAD - Southland students interested in energy and the environment are encouraged to enter the "Edison Challenge" competition.  Registration is open until the end of the month for middle and high school student teams who want to enter original...
  • Concert-goers celebrate Green Music Fest in Eckert Park

    Concert-goers celebrate Green Music Fest in Eckert Park
    (WGN-AM)-Chicago held its first ever Green Music Fest this weekend in West Town. The fest featured several local bands as well as soy based beer cups, bio-degradable water bottles, and solar powered trash compactors. Eco-friendly vendors sold organic t-...