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The regulation of Arctic Ocean drilling, with implications for the Beartooth Front

President Obama heads off to Alaska this week, and climate change is at the top of his agenda. His comments regarding offshore Arctic oil drilling in particular provide important food for thought for those of us along the Beartooth Front. 1,404 more words

Fracking Information

ACHP invites public comment in order to resolve 33-year permit suspension for oil well on Blackfeet Reservation

US D-D.C. Court order in the matter of Solonex LLC v. Sally Jewell, et. al, here.

DOI Schedule here.

ACHP invitation to comment… 235 more words

Author: Sarah Donnelly

Red Rocks Now A National Historic Landmark

DENVER (CBS4) – Red Rocks is known for its beauty and music scene, and now it is known as a National Historic Landmark.

The National Park Service and Department of the Interior made the announcement this week. 249 more words


Community takes to mic in civil Amp public session

Civility returned Friday in the Hall of Christ as Chautauquans packed the auditorium to ask questions of and offer opinions on the Amphitheater project to a panel of Institution leaders. 1,114 more words

Chautauqua Institution

Aaaaaand We're off!

After We get to be two, or maybe some other age, We commence with adolescence. It depends on the individual.

Everything inside gets rearranged to accommodate how big We are getting on the outside, or vice versa. 108 more words

R Life Lessons

Here today, Gone tomorrow

Some Rhinos have more on the ball than others. That is how it is. If every Rhino were the cleverest one, the situation would probably be exhausting. 104 more words

R Outlook

Backpacking in Yellowstone/The Merger

Backpacking in Yellowstone

Hoped-for submersion
auspicious inversion
civilizing subversion
total immersion

The Merger

Speak not of boardrooms
of quick-voiced chaos
and closed-in spaces

rather, into quiet ease – 49 more words