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August 30 01:24 PM
What I don't like to do is to saddle the public with a government program that adds an additional cost every month for ratepayers to be spent on what I think will be a net sum zero effect program. There is a right way to promote energy efficiency, and this new program isn't it.
August 23 07:42 AM
But in Oklahoma, which is on the route of the stalled Keystone XL pipeline, he downplayed the number of jobs that line is expected to create. In doing so, he’s going against job estimates floated by energy experts, Republican lawmakers, pipeline developer TransCanada and the U.
August 23 07:42 AM
Although the November 2014 primary is still some 14-plus months away, political hopefuls are starting to explore their options, and various trial ballots are being floated. With virtually every elected office in Caddo Parish (and several in Bossier/Webster) coming up for re-election as well as the U.
August 23 07:42 AM
This week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture announced more than 630 new projects across the country under the Rural Energy for America Program (REAP). These new projects will help producers and businesses boost their bottom line, while increasing America’s energy security and protecting our environment.
August 23 07:42 AM
Men aren’t born again strictly between 11:00 and noon on Sundays, or whenever a particular church meets. The movement of God on our lives falls at different times as “the wind blows where it wishes,” (John 3:8). The concerned Christian never tells an.
August 23 07:42 AM
First of all, one can take a look at the number of people who enter a licensed and certified treatment program. Of the 2,034 people who entered treatment in Stanislaus County in the year ending in June 2013, 35 percent said that meth was their primary drug of choice.
August 16 09:53 AM
On any given Sunday morning here at NorthPoint, for instance, I see many small rooms filled with large numbers of small kids and, smack-dab in the middle of them is an adult who has given up the privilege of attending his/ her own Bible study class in order to tell these little ones about the Savior.
August 16 09:53 AM
When 26-year-old Drusilla Holmgren was found by San Francisco Police Department officers in the alley near Stanford and Townsend Streets around 7 a.m., she was said to be “struggling” to put on a nightgown, but was otherwise completely naked. She told the officers that she had been up all night smoking meth.

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