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S&P: Falling Water Levels Could Lead To Higher Utility Bills In Western States

S&P: Falling Water Levels Could Lead To Higher Utility Bills In Western States

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square This March 26, 2019, photo shows the water level of the Colorado River, as seen from the Hoover Dam, Ariz. Richard Vogel / AP (The Center Square) – A rating agency is warning water shortages in western states reliant on the Colorado River could lead to rate hikes that […]

California Unemployment Claims One-Third Of Nation’s Total

California Unemployment Claims One-Third Of Nation’s Total

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square The office of the California Employment Development Department in Sacramento, Calif. (The Center Square) – California added only 47,400 jobs in September, a stubborn statistic that is poking at Gov. Gavin Newsom’s theme of the state “roaring back” from the COVID-19 pandemic. The California Employment Development Department released its […]

California Looks To Ban Drilling Up To 10 Football Fields Away From Schools, Homes

California Looks To Ban Drilling Up To 10 Football Fields Away From Schools, Homes

By Cole Lauterbach | The Center Square (The Center Square) – California, one of the nation’s largest producers of oil and natural gas, soon could forbid new drilling of wells anywhere near living spaces. The proposed regulation unveiled Thursday by the California Geologic Energy Management Division (CalGEM) would ban new drilling 3,200 feet or closer to residential housing, […]

Bomb Cyclone To Unleash Atmospheric River Over Northern California

Bomb Cyclone To Unleash Atmospheric River Over Northern California

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge A “bomb cyclone” will unleash an atmospheric river Saturday night into Sunday across Northern California. “By Saturday night, a rapidly intensifying Pacific cyclone directing a powerful atmospheric river squarely at the West Coast delivers a fire hose of rich subtropical moisture into California,” the Weather Prediction Center (WPC) said Friday.  These two […]

California Construction Job Turnover Rate Is 17.0%

California Construction Job Turnover Rate Is 17.0%

Mike LaFirenza As with many industries, the construction industry experienced major setbacks in the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Construction projects across the U.S. stopped, and employment in the industry fell by 14% from March 2020 to April 2020. While the industry has since rebounded, in part due to a nationwide housing boom and […]

California Water Commission Public Workshops To Explore Well-Managed Groundwater Trading Programs

California Water Commission Public Workshops To Explore Well-Managed Groundwater Trading Programs

The California Water Commission, in support of Water Resilience Portfolio Action 3.6, will hold public workshops to explore ways that the State can support in-basin, locally-led groundwater trading programs that ensure protections for communities, small- and medium-size farms, and the environment. The public is encouraged to share their ideas and concerns on groundwater trading at one or more of these scheduled workshops:    […]

Reining In Rogue Educators

Reining In Rogue Educators

Author: Larry Sand | For Kid’s & Country  Over the past year, there have been many suggestions as to how concerned parents could deal with the “woke” agenda that has become all too prevalent in our nation’s classrooms. Most recently, a new group, Parents Unite, held a conference in which several fight-back strategies for parents were […]

Governor Signs Bill To Establish “Two Free Hunting Days” | Gains Report

Governor Signs Bill To Establish “Two Free Hunting Days” | Gains Report

SACRAMENTO – In an effort to increase hunting license sales in California and the associated critical revenues hunters generate for wildlife management in our state, on September 30th Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 804 – legislation authored by Assemblywoman Megan Dahle, R-Bieber, which directs the Department of Fish and Wildlife to designate two days […]

Francis Gary Powers, The U-2 Incident, And A Controversial Cold War Legacy

Francis Gary Powers, The U-2 Incident, And A Controversial Cold War Legacy

Living History Presentation Francis Gary Powers, the U-2 Incident, and a Controversial Cold War Legacy Date: Saturday, November 6, 2021, Time: 11:00 AM Venue: 455 Aviation Drive, Camarillo, CA 93010 We ask for a $10 donation per adult to attend. The Commemorative Air Force Southern California Wing is excited to announce that it will be […]

California Is The 17th Best-Paying State For Construction Managers

California Is The 17th Best-Paying State For Construction Managers

Mike LaFirenza While many industries suffered during the pandemic, construction kept going strong amid low interest rates and increased housing demand. Ironically, even though construction is booming, firms are having a hard time finding labor. Experts are divided on why this is, but one prevailing notion is that many people see construction as a job […]

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