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  • Pipeline Outage Could Lead To Another Gasoline Price Spike

    10/05/2016 4:10:33 PM PDT · by bananaman22 · 6 replies ^ | 10-05-2016 | Southeast seasoning
    Gasoline prices in the U.S. Southeast spiked in September after a major gasoline pipeline suffered a leak and was forced to temporarily shut down. The Southeast may see gasoline prices rise again because the problems with the pipeline are not over. The Colonial Pipeline is a 2.5 million barrel per day system that carries refined products such as gasoline, diesel, jet fuel and heating oil. It consists of a massive 5,500 miles of pipeline, traveling from the Gulf Coast up to the mid-Atlantic. Fuels refined along the Gulf Coast can reach as far as New York Harbor.
  • Snow Fall in South East America Breaks 100 Year Records, Ushering in Mini Ice-Age

    11/03/2014 8:28:05 AM PST · by eyeamok · 59 replies ^ | 3 Nov 2014, 7:55 AM PDT |
    The cooling was predicted at least two years ago by Russian scientist Habibullo Abdussamatov, supervisor of the Astrometria project on the International Space Station and head of space research at the Pulkovo Observatory, St Petersburg. Abdussamatov has predicted that this year will mark the start of a downward trend into a mini ice age, with its nadir in 2055. The cold period would be the fifth mini ice-age to occur in a millennium, suggesting that the climate is following a well-worn natural pattern.
  • Two Dead In Hazard Community And Technical College Shooting

    01/15/2013 4:49:48 PM PST · by EBH · 19 replies
    MSNBC ^ | 1/15/13 | WLEX-TV
    Breaking news in Perry County tonight. It's a shooting at the Hazard Community and Technical College. That's on One Community College Drive. There has been a shooting on the school campus, and sources tell LEX18 that three people have been shot... two are dead.
  • Rare November snowfall dusts Southeast

    11/29/2011 1:13:36 PM PST · by NormsRevenge · 10 replies
    Yahoo ^ | 11/29/11 | David Beasley - Reuters
    ATLANTA (Reuters) - A rare November snowfall powdered parts of the U.S. Southeast late Monday and early Tuesday, with as much as eight inches falling on one Arkansas town and some schools closed in Tennessee. Snowfall extended through the mid-Mississippi and Tennessee valleys and as far south as Haleyville, Alabama, said meteorologist Alex Sosnowski. Parts of Missouri, Arkansas, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama and Mississippi reported between one and three inches of snow, and more flurries were forecast on Tuesday. "It was a surprise to see it this early." said Lesley Hobbs, membership director for the Chamber of Commerce in Paragould,...
  • Winn-Dixie to close 30 stores; 120 corporate jobs being eliminated (MMM...MMM...MMM)

    07/28/2010 10:49:51 AM PDT · by My Favorite Headache · 38 replies · 3+ views
    Winn-Dixie Stores Inc. on Tuesday announced it will close 30 of its 514 stores, and cut 120 jobs in its corporate and field support staffs as it deals with a continued weak economy. The Jacksonville-based supermarket chain wouldn't say which stores are closing until company officials can inform the employees involved, which should happen by the end of Wednesday. The stores being closed "can't operate efficiently or profitably" in this economy, CEO Peter Lynch said. "We just don't see a lot of good things down the road," he said. "These steps are being taken to position the company for another...
  • Could Late Week Be a Repeat for the Southeast?

    01/31/2010 5:48:39 PM PST · by dopplerdale · 22 replies · 866+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 1/30/10 | Dale Bader
    Attention will then turn to the Southwestern U.S. where another storm system will move ashore associated with the subtropical jetstream. This system will spread more rains and mountain snows to the western U.S. from Canada into the desert Southwest on Tuesday and Wednesday. This upper level energy will begin to aid in the development of a surface storm system northeastern “Old” Mexico by Thursday morning. In its advance, a southerly flow will set up and produce a solid fetch of Gulf moisture that will encompass much of the Gulf coast from Texas to Florida by Thursday morning.
  • Travel Could Be Slow Friday-Saturday from Houston-Baton Rouge-Jackson-Chattanooga-DC

    12/03/2009 3:43:10 PM PST · by dopplerdale · 1 replies · 368+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Post ^ | 12/3/09 | Dale Bader
    An upper level storm system will be digging south-southeastward out of Colorado and into eastern Texas during the next 24-hours. You can see the storm system spinning on this water vapor image.
  • Latest on Possible Tropical Development off U.S. Southeastern Coast

    07/22/2009 2:31:47 PM PDT · by dopplerdale · 6 replies · 646+ views
    Doppler Dale's Weather Posts ^ | 7/22/09 | Dale Bader
    Monitoring a disturbance in the northern Bahamas for possible further development into possible depression.
  • Southeast Texas battles ice and snow (Glowbull warming)

    12/11/2008 3:51:22 AM PST · by TornadoAlley3 · 19 replies · 626+ views ^ | 12/11/08 |
    BEAUMONT, Texas — An upper level storm system dumped as much as two inches of snow on some parts of Southeast Texas, creating icy road conditions and power outages, according to officials. In Texas City, one wreck involved a police car in which the officer was not injured, The Galveston Daily News reported for an online story Thursday. Icy conditions were reported on the Emmett F. Lowry Expressway in Texas City and State Highway 146. A winter weather advisory and freeze warning are in effect until 9 a.m. Thursday for areas east of I-45, said Sam Shamburger, meteorologist with the...
  • Gas shortage plagues the Southeast

    10/01/2008 4:32:37 AM PDT · by Babsig · 75 replies · 1,495+ views
    AP ^ | Mon Sep 29, 8:07 PM ET | By KATE BRUMBACK, Associated Press Writer
    Across a section of the South, a hurricane-induced gasoline shortage that was expected to last only a few days is dragging into its third week, and experts say it could persist into mid-October. The Atlanta area has been hit particularly hard, along with Nashville and western North Carolina
  • Speaking in tongues

    02/08/2008 8:27:05 AM PST · by forkinsocket · 1 replies · 70+ views
    The Economist ^ | Feb 6th 2008 | Staff
    South-East Asia's language wars continue HAD he been president of Indonesia, not France, Charles de Gaulle might have modified his famous saying about cheeses and asked how to govern a nation with over 700 different languages. The answer, as elsewhere in South-East Asia, was to impose a “national” tongue. As the region’s countries became independent, most wanted their citizenry to speak the same indigenous language. But choosing an acceptable candidate sometimes proved difficult, laying the ground for “language wars” that still rage. A new collection of essays* from the Singapore-based Institute of South-East Asian Studies (ISEAS) reviews the region’s struggles...
  • Georgia Lacks Long-Term Plan for Water Crisis

    12/05/2007 10:30:19 AM PST · by cogitator · 25 replies · 96+ views
    AP ^ | 12/04/2007 | Greg Bluestein
    ATLANTA (AP) — Townspeople stood in the sweltering heat at grocery stores and community centers, waiting to fill plastic jugs with water. Tanker trucks rumbled down the highways, bringing relief to a thirsty town suddenly gone dry. That was the scene 13 years ago when the Georgia city of Macon ran out of water. But it could also be a glimpse of the very near future in Atlanta and some other cities in the drought-stricken Southeast. They may be down to just a few months of easily accessible water, and the faucets could run dry if reservoirs aren't replenished soon....
  • Filling In The Blanks Of Southeast Asian Prehistory

    10/24/2007 3:22:19 PM PDT · by blam · 5 replies · 127+ views
    Science Daily ^ | 10-24-2007 | University Of Pennsylvania Museum
    Filling In The Blanks Of Southeast Asian Prehistory ScienceDaily (Oct. 24, 2007) — As archaeologists in the last half century have set about reconstructing the prehistory of Southeast Asia, data from one country—centrally located Laos—was conspicuously missing. Little archaeology has occurred in Laos since before World War II, and beginning in the mid-1970s, Laos shut its doors completely to outside researchers. International scholars had to content themselves with information from excavation and survey work mostly from neighboring Thailand. That scenario is beginning to shift—and new data, as well as new collaborative relationships—may forever change our perspective on an area that...
  • Kia's Georgia Plant Hailed As Economic Boon For Southeast

    10/20/2006 2:53:52 PM PDT · by Dark Skies · 13 replies · 1,100+ views
    AP via ^ | 10/20/2006 | Staff
    Officials from Georgia and Korea hailed the development of Kia Motors Corp.'s $1.2 billion auto plant in Troup County as an economic boon for the Southeast as they turned over ceremonial shovels full of sand Friday near the Georgia-Alabama line. "We are looking forward to many years of cooperation as Kia's new plant in West Point creates thousands of jobs and sets the standard for the automotive industry," Georgia Gov. Sonny Perdue said. Although the ceremony was celebrated as a groundbreaking, the 2,000-acre, red clay site was cleared months ago. On the hillsides surrounding the area, earth moving equipment was...
  • USS Cleveland Returns From Deployment

    02/22/2006 7:26:20 PM PST · by SandRat · 5 replies · 339+ views
    Navy NewsStand ^ | Feb 22, 2006 | Journalist 1st Class Paul Cage
    SAN DIEGO (NNS) -- The amphibious transport dock USS Cleveland (LPD 7) returned to San Diego Feb. 20, after completing a seven-month deployment in support of the global war on terrorism. Cleveland, along with the rest of Expeditionary Strike Group (ESG) 1, conducted Maritime Security Operations, participated in Exercise Bright Star in Egypt, and served as an afloat staging base in the North Persian Gulf, training with the Iraqi Navy and protecting Iraqi oil terminals. “Cleveland was a major contributor in the coalition effort for anti-piracy operations,” said Lt. Cmdr. Mike Dickson, Cleveland's commanding officer. “During these operations, visit, board,...
  • Returning troops to get additional health screening

    02/15/2006 4:41:21 PM PST · by SandRat · 164+ views
    ARNEWS ^ | Feb 15, 2006
    WASHINGTON (Army News Service, Feb. 15, 2006) – Soldiers returning from deployments will now participate in a new health screening program three to six months after arriving home. The Post Deployment Health Reassessment program, or PDHRA, is designed to identify deployment-related health concerns that persist or problems Soldiers notice after coming home. Secretary of the Army Dr. Francis Harvey and Chief of Staff of the Army Gen. Peter Schoomaker authorized the implementation of this program Jan. 23 for all active-duty and reserve-component Soldiers who have returned from deployment. The Army program is part of the Department of Defense’s force health...
  • HS-3 Supports Coalition Troops in Southeast Iraq

    02/08/2006 3:33:06 PM PST · by SandRat · 2 replies · 203+ views
    Navy NewsStand ^ | Feb 8, 2006 | JO1 (SW) Daniel A. Bristol
    USS THEODORE ROOSEVELT, at sea (NNS) -- HH-60 Seahawks from Helicopter Anti-Submarine Squadron (HS) 3 aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) supported British coalition troops in southeastern Iraq as part of Blue Shark Mission, Jan. 28. Shortly after USS Theodore Roosevelt arrived in theater to support maritime security operations (MSO) and Operation Iraq Freedom, the Tridents of HS 3 continued the Blue Shark Mission relieving HS 7 on board USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). The original Blue Shark Mission began approximately two years ago with HS 5 on board USS George Washington (CVN 73). HS 5 started the mission patrolling...
  • Howard woos top Asian students

    12/11/2005 6:56:33 AM PST · by CarrotAndStick · 3 replies · 287+ views
    The Australian ^ | December 12, 2005 | Patrick Walters
    THOUSANDS of Asia's best and brightest students will receive funding to study in Australian universities under a federal government scholarship program worth hundreds of millions of dollars. The scheme -- a new version of the Colombo Plan that brought 20,000 Asian students to study in Australia between 1951 and 1980 -- could be unveiled by John Howard as early as this week. The biggest overseas education plan funded by Canberra is expected to be one of Australia's most tangible contributions to the concept of an East Asian Community, which will be discussed at this week's ASEAN and East Asian summits....
  • D.C. hospital seeks foreign nurses to stabilize work force

    05/04/2005 10:56:32 AM PDT · by JZelle · 9 replies · 435+ views
    The Washington Times ^ | 5-4-05 | Jim McElhatton
    Greater Southeast Community Hospital is looking across the globe to turn itself around after a bankruptcy nearly forced its closure more than two years ago. The hospital in the District's Ward 8 is bringing dozens of nurses from overseas to work at the 450-bed facility, which has had problems hiring and retaining staff over the years. "If you don't have stable nurse work force, then it can create confusion and inconsistencies," said Joan Phillips, the hospital's chief executive officer. "We're looking to the international nurses because this is a hard area to attract nurses to and there's a nursing shortage...

    08/16/2002 7:39:49 AM PDT · by Merchant Seaman · 735 replies · 30,137+ views
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