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  • Earthquake threat is real

    Re “Tunnel plan's shaky frame,” Column, Dec. 16 George Skelton concludes that there is no real earthquake threat in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta after speaking with Bob Pyke, an engineer and fierce Bay Delta Conservation Plan...
  • Letters: Arguing over water

    Letters: Arguing over water
    Re “Drying up the delta,” March 23 Bettina Boxall's front-page article — accompanied by striking photos of flooded fields being fed by scarce water from sources that also supply our vanishing Northern California delta — is all...
  • Water conservation's other benefit: It's a power saver

    Water conservation's other benefit: It's a power saver
    California's drought has everyone talking about ways to save water. Gov. Jerry Brown has implored residents to reduce their consumption by 20%. One writer suggested Angelenos share showers. A nonprofit is encouraging people not to waste even ice cubes...
  • Glencoe considers partnership to cut cost of new water plant

    Glencoe considers partnership to cut cost of new water plant
    Faced with a staggering $40 million pricetag on replacing its aging lakefront water treatment plant, Glencoe is considering partnering with the Northwest Water Commission to dramatically reduce the cost, officials said. "They have been looking for a...
  • Frankfort buys more downtown property

    Frankfort buys more downtown property
    Frankfort has secured another building block for bolstering its downtown. Trustees voted 5-0 on Monday to approve the $275,000 acquisition of the Fra-Milco Cabinet Company property at 2 Smith St. Brothers Fred and Tom Mrozek, in business more than...
  • For Colorado's Beaver Creek, skiing is just a small part of its outsize appeal

    For Colorado's Beaver Creek, skiing is just a small part of its outsize appeal
    BEAVER CREEK, Colo. — This resort sometimes gets brushed aside because of all the attention showered on its big sibling just down the road, Vail. But labeling Beaver Creek as an intimate little resort isn't entirely accurate. In addition to the...
  • Florida's newest resort looks to couple luxury with nature

    Florida's newest resort looks to couple luxury with nature
    The new Streamsong Resort is banking on nature and its amenities to draw in visitors to what it bills as "a feast for the senses, a haven for the soul." "We think that Streamsong will redefine the Florida resort experience," said general manager...
  • Scott seeks $55 millon boost for Florida springs

    Scott seeks $55 millon boost for Florida springs
    TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday he plans to push lawmakers to budget $55 million for restoration of the Sunshine State's pollution-choked natural springs. The announcement comes as lawmakers gear up to battle over potentially massive springs...
  • Weatherford: No big water policy this year

    Weatherford: No big water policy this year
     TALLAHASSEE -- House Speaker Will Weatherford said Thursday there won't be any big water policies adopted this year, punting the potentially tough political confrontation with polluters until two Central Florida lawmakers are running the Legislature next...
  • California drought imperils a dream

    California drought imperils a dream
    At first they called Fred Lujan a gentleman farmer. The retired barber washed his tractor every night and parked it in the garage, a source of gentle amusement to the veteran growers around him. He called his pistachio trees his babies, his girls, and...
  • En el sur de Florida: Tarda la llegada de la temporada de mosquitos

    En el sur de Florida: Tarda la llegada de la temporada de mosquitos
    La temporada de los mosquitos podría atrasarse este año, al parecer debido a la llegada tardía de las lluvias de primavera que normalmente traen al sur de Florida plagas de ruidosos insectos deseosos de morder a sus víctimas. La ausencia de lluvias...