The State of Michigan today released for public review and comment proposed agreements related to a planned multi-use utility tunnel in the Straits of Mackinac and the remaining life of Line 5 in the Straits. The documents are posted to the mipetroleumpipelines.com website. Public comment will be accepted through Dec. 18 and supplied to Gov. […]
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has committed to pursuing certification of 15,000 acres of croplands it owns and manages as part of a statewide effort to protect water quality. The effort falls under the Department of Agriculture’s Minnesota Agricultural Water Quality Certification Program. Farmers and agricultural producers are certified for voluntarily managing their land […]
DOVER – You don’t have to hibernate over the holidays this year if you get out and get moving in Delaware’s state parks. From “First Day Hikes,” to “Zoo Camp,” to “Stroller Rollers,” there is plenty to do and see in DNREC’s state parks over the winter break from Christmas Eve through New Year’s Day. […]
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. – A Greene County man’s court sentencings in December in Barton and Lawrence Counties are the most recent events in what is one of Missouri’s largest conservation cases involving the illegal taking of deer. On Dec. 13, David Berry Jr. of Brookline, received a 120-day sentence in Barton County Circuit Court for a […]
Rear View Safety has received the bronze award in the Backup Camera category of the 2018 Motor Home Reader’s Choice Survey.
A San Pablo, Calif., councilmember is trying to raise funds to purchase a motorhome for a family of six who lost two homes in Paradise due to the deadly Camp Fire.
Furrion is branching out to offer more products for the kitchen, including refrigerators, dishwashers and microwaves.
Winnebago Industries’ board of directors have approved a quarterly cash dividend of $0.11 per share payable on Jan. 23 to common stockholders of record at the close of business on Jan. 9.
U.S. filings for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest since September, returning to hover near an almost five-decade low and signaling the labor market remains tight after what some economists saw as possible cooling signs.
On Dec. 7, the U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) ruled in favor of the domestic aluminum industry by a unanimous 5-0 vote, finding injury to the domestic aluminum industry by Chinese companies and government artificially reducing the cost of aluminum sheet.