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  • Nestlé Told It Doesn't Have Permits To Bottle CA Water

    12/23/2017 5:27:53 PM PST · by granite · 55 replies
    The Patch ^ | Dec 23, 2017 3:18 pm ET | By Hoa Quách, Patch Staff
    SAN BERNARDINO, CA -- Food and drink company Nestlé was told this week that it doesn't have the proper permits to bottle water from the San Bernardino National Forest. California's Water Resources Control Board told the Swiss company that an investigation showed "the diversion or use of water exceeding 26 acre-fee per annum (AFA) and, accordingly, any diversions in excess of that amount may be unauthorized." In a letter, the state said said it began an investigation after receiving complaints dating back to April 2015. Its investigation found that the company's "claim to a pre-1914 water right that originates from...
  • Hidden Treasure in an Old Log Cabin

    09/18/2012 4:39:03 AM PDT · by djone · 35 replies
    "After nearly four decades of tearing down and restoring old log structures a Virginia man has seen a lot of history. When it came time for him and his new bride to restore one for themselves they had no idea just how much history they would uncover." ...In and and around an old cabin were Spanish coins, minnie balls, a spanish crossbow arrowhead and indian artifacts...(2 minute video)
  • Hunters present in North America 800 years earlier than previously thought: DNA analysis

    10/20/2011 12:18:28 PM PDT · by Red Badger · 51 replies ^ | 20 OCT 2011 | Provided by Texas A&M University
    The tip of a bone point fragment found embedded in a mastodon rib from an archaeological site in Washington state shows that hunters were present in North America at least 800 years before Clovis, confirming that the first inhabitants arrived earlier to North America than previously thought, says a team of researchers led by a Texas A&M University archaeologist. Michael Waters, director of the Center for the Study of the First Americans in the Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M, and colleagues from Colorado, Washington and Denmark believe the find at the Manis site in Washington demonstrates that humans were...
  • Incredible find-Record arrowhead discovered in western Kentucky creek

    06/28/2010 9:57:49 AM PDT · by Palter · 59 replies · 3+ views
    Murray Ledger & Times ^ | 18 June 2010 | KYSER LOUGH
    For Darrel Higgins, finding an ancient arrowhead in a creek isn't surprising, it's actually expected. Finding a record-setting artifact that dates back to an estimated 14,000 to 18,000 years? Definitely unexpected. Higgins has been hunting creek beds for artifacts since he began finding them on farmland when he was a child. But nothing he had found compared to the 9 3/4 inch by 2 3/4 inch specimen he recently found in western Kentucky. The item, described as a clovis point made of buffalo river chert, was submerged in a creek bed when Higgins stumbled upon it. “As soon as I...
  • Let those arrowheads be-Scholars: Drought no license to pilfer[NC]

    12/19/2007 9:39:35 AM PST · by BGHater · 15 replies · 1,069+ views
    The News & Observer ^ | 19 Dec 2007 | Lorenzo Perez
    Drought provides advantages to scavengers and collectors who explore the expanded shorelines of the Triangle's shrinking reservoirs and lakes. The mud-encrusted fishing lures, waterlogged watches and other contemporary artifacts are theirs to keep. But pocketing the shards of Native American pottery, spearheads and other remains from past cultures can get people in trouble. Federal and state laws prohibit the removal of archaeological materials from public lands and carry stiff fines and potential jail time. That fact is unknown to many shore combers who think nothing of palming an arrowhead or other souvenir from a trip to Falls Lake or other...
  • Butler II Fire Restarts ("Hundreds of homes are going to burn today.")

    10/22/2007 9:59:31 AM PDT · by Smogger · 96 replies · 255+ views
    The Daily Bulletin ^ | 10/22/2007 | Stacia Glenn
    9:03 a.m.: Fires in Lake Arrowhead prompt evacuations By Stacia Glenn LAKE ARROWHEAD - Two fires are raging in the mountains, forcing hundreds of people from their homes. A wildfire started at 5 a.m. in Grass Valley just north of Lake Arrowhead and has burned more than 100 acres. Mandatory evacuations are in place for Deer Lodge Park, north of Aleutian Drive; and all streets north of Brentwood Drive. There are voluntary evacuations for North Lake Arrowhead, along Grass Valley Road, Twin Peaks and Rim Forest. A second fire, dubbed the Slide Fire, broke out in Green Valley Lake,...
  • Start of ‘Arrowhead Ripper’ Highlights Iraq Operations

    06/19/2007 4:38:37 PM PDT · by SandRat · 5 replies · 346+ views
    WASHINGTON, June 19, 2007 – The beginning of a new offensive targeting al Qaeda in the Iraqi city of Baqubah highlights recent operations reported by military officials in Iraq. Troops began Operation Arrowhead Ripper in Baqubah today, killing 22 insurgents in a large-scale effort to eliminate al Qaeda members. The 2nd Infantry Division’s 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team launched the offensive with a quick-strike night air assault early this morning. By daylight, attack helicopters and ground forces had engaged and killed the enemy fighters in and around Baqubah. “The end state is to destroy the al Qaeda influences in this...
  • ‘Arrowhead Division’ Commander Reports Operation Arrowhead Strike 9 Successes

    04/30/2007 5:41:37 PM PDT · by SandRat · 1 replies · 213+ views
    WASHINGTON, April 30, 2007 – A major clearing operation that wrapped up last week in Baghdad succeeded in preventing 3,200 roadside bombs, jailing 42 terrorists, and seizing enough weapons and explosives to outfit an enemy infantry battalion, the commander of the 2nd Infantry Division’s 3rd Stryker Brigade Combat Team reported today. Army Col. Steven Townsend described sweeping success in Operation Arrowhead Strike 9, which kicked off March 20 to clear west-central Baghdad’s Mansour security district. The unit’s ninth brigade-level operation since arriving in Baghdad in December “significantly reduced insurgent activity” in the region in support of the Task Force...
  • Televangelist Paul Crouch Attempts to Keep Accuser Quiet

    09/12/2004 3:07:13 AM PDT · by The Bandit · 305 replies · 11,316+ views
    LA Times ^ | 9/12/04 | William Lobdell
    Televangelist Paul Crouch, founder of the world's largest Christian broadcasting network, has waged a fierce legal battle to prevent a former employee from publicizing allegations that he and Crouch had a sexual encounter eight years ago. Crouch, 70, is the president of Trinity Broadcasting Network, based in Orange County, whose Christian programming reaches millions of viewers around the world via satellite, cable and broadcast stations. The source of the allegations against him is Enoch Lonnie Ford, who met Crouch at a TBN-affiliated drug treatment center in 1991 and later went to work for the ministry. After Ford threatened to sue...
  • Stryker Brigade records successes in Operation Ivy Blizzard

    01/03/2004 6:49:55 AM PST · by Ragtime Cowgirl · 9 replies · 117+ views
    CJTF7 ^ | Jan. 2, 2004
    CJTF-7 Public AffairsBAGHDAD, IraqRelease #040102cStryker Brigade records successes in Operation Ivy BlizzardTIKRIT, Iraq – The U.S. Army’s first Stryker Brigade Combat Team, a part of Task Force Ironhorse since early December, recorded numerous successes in Operation Ivy Blizzard, which began December 17. This is, the first major operation for the Stryker Brigade, which is also known as the Arrowhead Brigade. One week after crossing into Iraq, the Arrowhead Brigade conducted immediate and sustained combat operations in Samarra to capture or kill non-compliant forces that continue to attack Coalition Forces and threaten Samarran citizens. The Arrowhead Brigade conducted numerous raids, both...