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  • Old Hydroelectric Mill Speaks To The Preservation Of Killingworth's Past

    Old Hydroelectric Mill Speaks To The Preservation Of Killingworth's Past
    "We have no plans for it and we don't know what to do with it." Those words were spoken by Stanley Bates, a planner for the state parks and forests nearly 37 years ago shortly after Oscar Swenson sold the "old Forster powerhouse" and 40 acres surrounding...
  • Letters: Using water in efficient ways

    Re "Liquid energy," Opinion, March 3 In referring to the energy used to pump imported water over mountains, Catherine Wolfram and David Zetland should remember that what goes up must come down. Water that is pumped up a mountain comes down the other...
  • Edison again says customers should help pay for San Onofre

    SACRAMENTO -- For the second time in two months, Southern California Edison Co. has put advertisements in local papers to make the case that customers should help pay for the closing and cleanup of the San Onofre nuclear power plant. Ratepayer advocates...
  • 'Night Moves' marks Kelly Reichardt's take on action-thriller

     'Night Moves' marks Kelly Reichardt's take on action-thriller
    Kelly Reichardt calls it "a thriller with a small t." Her newest film, "Night Moves," has its North American premiere Sunday at the Toronto International Film Festival following its world premiere a little over a week ago at the Venice Film Festival....
  • Sediment behind dams creates greenhouse gas 'hot spots,' study finds

    Sediment behind dams creates greenhouse gas 'hot spots,' study finds
    Hydroelectric dams may be known as a relatively clean and low-cost energy source, but a new study says that the sediment trapped behind them makes them hot spots for greenhouse gas emissions. A team of European scientists found that methane, which is...
  • Film Review: 'The Fake'

    If Yeon Sang-ho's "The King of Pigs" served as a brutal reminder that feature-length animation can be an ideal medium for harsh social critique, the Korean helmer is at it again with "The Fake," a ferocious, unsubtle indictment of organized religion in...
  • Swimmer goes missing in Patapsco Valley State Park

    Swimmer goes missing in Patapsco Valley State Park
    Search crews with the Maryland Department of Natural Resources are scheduled to return to the Bloede Dam in Patapsco Valley State Park this morning to resume a search for a swimmer who went missing Sunday night, according to a DNR spokesman. The swimmer...
  • Body of Elkridge man missing in Patapsco River is found

    Body of Elkridge man missing in Patapsco River is found
    The body of a swimmer missing since Sunday night in Patapsco Valley State Park was found Monday in the turbulent waters of the Patapsco River just below the Bloede Dam, a spokesman for Maryland Natural Resources Police said. The body of Arturo Acosta-...
  • Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet

    Bethlehem peace rally is too polite and too quiet
    Before we get to the topic of an overly polite peace rally, the distressing matter of King George III must be untangled. According to Lehigh Valley historian Frank Whelan, it was the British King George II, not King George III, for whom the King George...
  • California to get $750 million in energy crisis settlement

     California to get $750 million in energy crisis settlement
    SACRAMENTO — A Canadian power company will pay California electricity ratepayers $750 million to settle allegations that it bought electricity from the state and then sold it back at a huge markup during the energy crisis of 2000 and 2001. The...