November 7, 2008, Greenwire: Natural Gas: Marcellus Growing Pains Lead to Water-Discharge Woes for Pa. Industry

NATURAL GAS: Marcellus growing pains lead to water-discharge woes for Pa. industry (11/06/2008)

Katie Howell, Land Letter reporter

A Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection mandate limiting the treatment of wastewater from oil and gas drilling sites at sewage-processing plants that discharge into the Monongahela River could have far-reaching effects on the development of the prolific Marcellus Shale natural gas reservoir that underlies most of the state.

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November 7, 2009, New York Post: BEAR-ABLE HUNTING NUMBERS Catskill Bear Hunt Down %40

BEAR-ABLE HUNTING NUMBERS

BEAR hunters in the Adi rondacks have had a much tougher time of it than those who hunt the southern part of New York.

The early season take in the North Country was down by 75 percent from 2007, but the numbers seem to be rebounding for the regular season hunters with the take running about 50 percent greater than last year. If the remainder of the regular season is productive and reporting rates are good, it is suspected we’ll see a slightly higher total take.

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