St. Louis Announces Plan to Switch To 100 Percent Renewable Energy Sources By 2035
Posted on : 11-09-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
On October 27th, St. Louis, Missouri, announced its intentions to get all of its electricity from renewable sources by 2035. That makes it the 47th city in the United States to announce such a goal. The city’s Board of Aldermen had unanimously voted to have St. Louis make the transition to wind, solar power, and other renewables. The first step will be to assemble a committee to form a plan by December 2018 for making the transition. The committee will include utility representatives, environmentalists, business people, workers, and others. Other…
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Abducted Girl Found in Memphis
Posted on : 10-24-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Police found Rebecca Lewis, a 4-year-old girl who had gone missing two states away from her home state of Florida. Authorities arrested a 31-year-old man, West Wild Hogs, with the suspicion that he kidnapped the girl.   Lewis was found safely on Monday.   "There's no indication that the child has been harmed," said Polk County, Florida Sheriff Grady Judd. "We're excited."   Lewis went missing Friday after Hogs, a family friend who had not been seen for two years, appeared at the mobile home her family was staying in.…
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Recent News Articles about Outdoors/ Outdoor Living
Posted on : 07-24-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
The Album, Views, by rapper Singer Drakes managed to stay at the top of Billboard 200 for the 10th week running this week. The album now joins the exclusive club of only ten other albums which have been able to achieve this feat in the last two decades. Some of these famous albums include Adele’s 21 and 25, the Titanic soundtrack and Taylor’s Swift’s Fearless. Singer-rapper Drake now becomes the first and only rapper on this list. The album recorded high sales on the tenth week and sold about 92,000…
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Man Donates Bikes To Children
Posted on : 07-19-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
Dennis Baker is a senior citizen who doesn't take any time off to enjoy retirement. Instead, he has fun refurbishing bikes for children who are in need. He has repaired and donated bikes for over 10 years, and he is still going strong so that he can see a smile on the face of a child who might not have a bike to ride. Most of the bikes are donated to the Lower Mainland Christmas Bureau. He works for about three hours every day, making sure that each bike is…
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The Tower of David Remains Vacant
Posted on : 04-28-2016 By : Samantha Pointer
In the center of Caracas, Venezuela, stands an interesting skyscraper with a twisted past and an unknown future. It could stand as a symbol of the country's current economic problems, but Torre de David's issues go back 20 years, as told by an article in The Daily Beast In the late 980s a banking boom stimulated David Brillembourg, a banker with the Confinanzas Group, to build a complex of bank buildings to turn Caracas into a local version of a Wall Street-like financial center. The tower was intended to be…
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