Feds are trying to speed up clean energy development on public lands in the West

Home Secretary Deb Haaland on Monday announced new steps to accelerate solar power development on western states, a move that could further boost renewable energy development on Nevada’s vast public lands. During a visit to Arizona’s Sonoran Solar Energy Project — a public-land project expected to power 91,000 homes — Haaland announced a new process … Read more

The state is targeting $1 million for ranchers hit by rising feed costs, but some see an unmet need ” Alaska

Alaska this month launched a program to provide financial assistance to ranchers affected by rising feed prices. (Photo provided by Ben Adams via Alaska Beacon) (Alaska Beacon) — The cost of animal feed has increased this year and Alaskan weather has reduced availability, prompting ranchers to turn to the state government for help. And while … Read more

Wisconsin has its next offensive coordinator and everything is about to change | Wisconsin

The next big question after Luke Fickel was hired as Wisconsin’s head coach? Where does the offense go from here under another defensive leader? Well, according to a report by The Athletic Wisconsin’s Bruce Feldman, it has its next offensive coordinator. On Wednesday afternoon, Feldman reported that UNC offensive coordinator Phil Longo is leaving Chapel … Read more

Markey, Warren Secure Federal Investments in Massachusetts Water Resources, Infrastructure > Massachusetts

WASHINGTON (December 7, 2022) – Today Sen. Edward J. Markey (D-Mass.), chairman of the Senate Subcommittee on Environment and Public Works on Clean Air, Climate and Nuclear Safety, and Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) celebrated the publication of Water Resources Development Law (WRDA), Legislation that includes investments in water resource and infrastructure projects in Massachusetts. “Massachusetts … Read more

#SUMMITWBB Weekly: #5

story links #SummitWBB Weekly: No. 5 SIOUX FALLS, SD – The Summit League women’s basketball season is in full swing as teams prepare for week five of non-conference action. The coming week will not only see a busy schedule, but will also be highlighted with matchups against teams being talked about … Read more

Kansas man wanted in Nebraska woman’s disappearance arrested in Belize

OMAHA, Neb. (WOWT/Gray News) – The man wanted by authorities for kidnapping a 43-year-old Omaha woman who went missing the weekend before Thanksgiving has been arrested in Central America. Douglas County Sheriff Wayne Hudson confirmed to WOWT that Aldrick Scott, 47, was arrested in Belize. Aldrick Scott of Topeka, Kan., was arrested Tuesday in Belize. … Read more

CT School Ventilation Scholarship receives 130 applications

A new grant program has shown widespread demand for funding to improve air quality in Connecticut schools as experts continue to cite ventilation as a key tool in reducing the spread of COVID-19 and other airborne diseases. According to the state’s Department of Administrative Services, Connecticut’s school districts submitted 130 applications for a new $150 … Read more

The Connecticut Records Deletion Program is facing some delays

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Most eligible Connecticut residents with certain cannabis possession convictions — about 44,000 cases — should have their records automatically deleted within 60 days, or about a month longer than expected, according to a state law that goes into effect on Jan. 1 in Force occurs, Gov., Ned Lamont said Wednesday. The … Read more


Hosted by BBQ expert and author Matt Moore, the series highlights Nashville’s culinary culture with the help of former and current Tennessee Titans players ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, NJ, December 7, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LG and the Tennessee Titans have teamed up for an exclusive series of original content taste of Tennessee which will offer viewers a … Read more

WKU Violates Kentucky Open Records Act – WKUHerald.com

Western Kentucky University was found to be in violation of Kentucky’s Open Records Act after redacting information from Shaquille O’Neal’s “DJ Diesel” performing contract obtained by the Herald in a public records request. According to an open file decision The WKU, served by Attorney General Daniel Cameron on Wednesday, failed to cite an exception to … Read more