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- The company estimated it will need several hundred truckers over the next few days throughout the country to deliver more than 283 million pounds of goods, said spokeswoman Sandra Sternberg. Consolidated Freightways has facilities in...
Published: Saturday, September 07, 2002
EU seeks ruling that increased U.S. steel duties are illegal
- are an essential input for U.S. manufacturing. It has been estimated that for every American worker producing steel, there are 50 workers in U.S. industries using steel. All of those latter workers would be hurt by import restrictions...
Published: Thursday, May 23, 2002
Greenbrier pipeline moves ahead Federal energy panel OKs
- FERC officials recommend the alternate route. All of the pipeline will be placed underground. While it is under construction, workers will clear a 75-foot swath of land running the entire length of the pipeline. After the line is constructed,...
Published: Sunday, November 17, 2002
Trauma care crisis not over, official says
- that deals with the true trauma center issues," he said. Sen. Brooks McCabe, D-Kanawha, agreed. "I don't think we in the Legislature should feel real warm and fuzzy with what we've done so far," he said. "It's a start, not a solution."...
Published: Tuesday, October 22, 2002
Goldman contributors play roles in city developments
- made news earlier this year when he said he doubted he would support this summer's Charleston Sternwheel Regatta because he questioned the viability of the event. A preliminary budget prepared by Regatta director Sharon King showed...
Published: Friday, July 12, 2002
- the evidence he needed to wrest a settlement from Merrill Lynch. The penalty won't go down in history as especially harsh: a $100 million fine, which is not much by the company's standards; and a mealy-mouthed apology by the company....
Published: Sunday, June 02, 2002
- BP pipeline to rupture Saturday. The Coast Guard said about 6,720 gallons of oil had been recovered by early Sunday afternoon. Workers used 24,400 feet of floating barriers to contain the oil on the water's surface, the Coast Guard...
Published: Monday, April 08, 2002
Where bills stand
- personnel. Pending on introduction stage in the House. TOBACCO SECURITIZATION (SB178): Allowing state to take tobacco lawsuit settlement in one lump sum and invest it in bonds to pay off pension debt. Pending on introduction stage in...
Published: Monday, March 04, 2002
Property owners fear potential danger of 30-inch gas
- 36 inches." The 800-mile Trans-Alaska Pipeline is 48 inches wide. According to Dominion's Web site, when construction starts, workers will clear a 75-foot-wide area (in some areas it will be wider, the Web site states). The area will...
Published: Sunday, January 06, 2002
MEDICAID REIMBURSEMENT New contract protects small
- estate recovery and the legitimate concerns of people opposed to estate recovery. The new administration has had a different attitude toward estate recovery than the previous one." The last contract with PCG expired in 2000. About that...
Published: Sunday, November 24, 2002