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Gold Butte, Nevada: A Cultural Environment Under Threat

Before the sun has risen, a line of vehicles crosses rural Nevada's Virgin River heading to a gravel parking area at the head of narrow and winding New Gold Butte Road. Coinciding with Earth Day, the indigenous Moapa Band of Paiute along...Show More Summary

Barely guarded Afghan border puts ex-Soviet Tajikistan in peril

SHURO-OBOD, Tajikistan (Reuters) - The three Tajik construction workers were quietly mending a road near the Panj River last month when they stumbled on a group of men with assault rifles who had crossed over from Afghanistan in broad daylight.

Ramblings Jobs: Cross River Fiber

We have three new job listings in my own home turf of New Jersey to look at over on the Ramblings' Jobs Board to start off the second quarter.... [visit site to read more]

TV Club: Abbie and Ichabod cross the river on Sleepy Hollow

At a certain point for genre shows, being pleasant isn’t enough. Usually that point is right before we hit the season finale, because season finales (and the episodes leading into those season finales) are when the shit, like well-loved velveteen rabbits and little wooden boys with soul, becomes real. Show More Summary

Maine Appalachian Trail Club Replaces Kennebec Ferry with New Zipline River Crossing Service

MATC, the Maine Appalachian Trail Club, announced that it will decommission the Kennebec Ferry Service, a canoe ferry across a dangerous and remote section of the Kennebec River, and replace it with a zipline for Appalachian Trail Hikers. Citing a sharp increase in the number of  hikers requiring ferry service, long lines, and crowding along the banks, it […]            

In 1200 BC a Massive Battle Over a Bridge Took Place in the Tollense Valley

About 3200 years ago, two armies clashed at a river crossing near the Baltic Sea. The confrontation can’t be found in any history books—the written word didn’t become common in these parts for another 2000 years—but this was no skirmish between local clans. Show More Summary

Rhetoric heats up as old rivals Bolivia and Chile clash over water access

SANTIAGO (Reuters) - South American neighbors Chile and Bolivia, which have long had thorny relations, are at loggerheads again - this time over access to a river that crosses their shared border.

Bronze Age war in northern Germany

Slaughter at the bridge: Uncovering a colossal Bronze Age battle About 3200 years ago, two armies clashed at a river crossing near the Baltic Sea. The confrontation can’t be found in any history books—the written word didn’t become common in these parts for another 2000 years—but this was no skirmish between local clans. Show More Summary

Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder Sang ‘Bobby Jean’ in Seattle, Like It Was Always Meant to Be

Perpetual duet partners Bruce Springsteen and Eddie Vedder were probably always destined to cross paths one sleepless night in Seattle. Thursday night was that night, on Springsteen's The River tour stop in the Emerald City, Vedder's spiritual motherland. They've performed countless Springsteen songs together before (plus some AC/DC and Pearl... More »

How a new reporting collaborative is building a newsroom that crosses state lines

When Jeff Young began his job as managing editor of the nascent Ohio River Network earlier this month, one of the first things he did was set off on a road trip. Visiting his three-state newsroom, said the public media veteran, was an essential step in building trust in the new regional journalism collaboration. Spanning Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia,...

RCN, Cross River Team Up Across the Hudson

RCN Business has found a route across the Hudson River and into new markets with some help from Cross River Fiber. They've partnered with the New Jersey-focused infrastructure builder and operator to expand their services into key data centers in the state.... [visit site to read more]

Refugees Try to Cross the River on Greek-Macedonian Border

Refugees are crossing the Suva Reka river on the border between Greece and Macedonia, where three people drowned, while 22 were hospitalized.

Hundreds Of Migrants And Refugees March Out Of Squalid Greek Camp

2 months agoNews : Huffington Post

MOIN, Macedonia (Reuters) - Hundreds of migrants and refugees marched out of a Greek transit camp, hiked for hours along muddy paths and crossed a rain-swollen river to get around a border fence and cross into Macedonia, where they were...Show More Summary

Three Migrants Drown Trying to Travel From Greece to Macedonia - Police

Two men and one woman drowned on Monday trying to get from Greece to Macedonia by crossing the Suva Reka river, media reported, citing Macedonian police.

Three migrants drown trying to cross river to Macedonia: police

SKOPJE (Reuters) - Three migrants drowned while trying to cross a river close to the Greece-Macedonia border that had been swelled by heavy rain, police in Macedonia said on Monday.The bodies of two men and a woman were found in the river early on Monday, a police spokeswoman said. Show More Summary

Ailing Vietnam vets hunt through ships’ logs to prove they should get benefits

2 months agoNews : The Raw Story

This story was co-published with The Virginian Pilot. During the Vietnam War, hundreds of U.S. Navy ships crossed into Vietnam’s rivers or sent crew members ashore, possibly exposing their sailors to the toxic herbicide Agent Orange. But more than 40 years after the war’s end, the U.S. government...

Donation helps preserve rare Mississippi River bluff prairies

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

Natural Resources Board accepts $15,000 donation from Paul E. Stry Foundation LA CROSSE, Wis. – For nearly a quarter century, Bob Swartz The post Donation helps preserve rare Mississippi River bluff prairies appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Into the Hole: River Dries Up Overnight in Mexico

The Atoyac River, which crosses eight municipalities in the central mountainous area of eastern Mexican state of Veracruz, disappeared overnight after a giant crack opened up.

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