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West Virginia Governor Issues 3rd Order Targeting Regulation

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CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) – West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice has issued a third executive order targeting state regulations. The Charleston Gazette-Mail reports the Republican signed an executive order to expedite permit processes for industry, business and economic development projects Monday. Justice says the goal is to speed up economic development by backing off overregulation and… Read More

Pipeline awaits installation in a natural gas project.

Shale Pipeline Operator to Pay Fine in Air Pollution Case

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PITTSBURGH (AP) – A company that processes and transports natural gas and natural gas liquids in Ohio’s and Pennsylvania’s shale fields is agreeing to pay $610,000 to settle complaints by Pennsylvania and the federal government that it was violating air pollution laws. A consent decree filed Tuesday in Pittsburgh’s federal court also obligates two subsidiaries… Read More

Chef Hari Nayak of Bobby Flay Fame to Bring Cooking Demonstration to OU April 27

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For over two decades Chef Hari Nayak has been exploring the gastronomic possibilities of modern Indian cuisine. More than just a chef, Nayak is also a restauranteur with critically acclaimed restaurants around the country, as well as an author of six bestselling cookbooks. He has also made numerous appearances on Food Network’s Beat Bobby Flay. On… Read More

Wayne National Forest

Kentucky Auctioning Surplus, Confiscated Items Next Month

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FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) – The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is having a public auction of surplus and confiscated items next month. Among the surplus items are a Schaffer 16-foot aluminum boat, Mercury and Johnson boat motors, four-wheel-drive trucks and a generator. Confiscated items include shotguns, rifles, bows and hunting and fishing equipment…. Read More