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Relay to raise local awareness on fracking

September 14, 2013

Groups concerned about the environmental impact of hydraulic fracturing are hoping that one little baton taking one very big journey will help spark an interest and raise awareness about the issue....

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slogoin

Sep-14-13 9:10 AM

oh yea..the group that BROKE INTO PRIVATE PROPERTY and STOLE PRIVATE PROPERTY and were given token sentences for tresspassing and THEFT.

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nutcase

Sep-14-13 9:53 AM

At least they'll get some fresh air and their pictures in the paper. Anything to keep them busy before the snow flies!!

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Tessie

Sep-14-13 11:11 AM

"Once water has been used for fracking it is permanently removed from the water cycle," said Mahonen.

Except of course until it seeps back into our aquifers and contaminates well water, streams, and rivers.

Is Ms. Rogers deliberately misquoting people or is she just that poor of a reporter? This is the second article today that she has either misquoted people, or the proofreaders have made serious errors, of the people being quoted don't know what they're talking about. I don't think it's the latter!

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JoshBrown

Sep-15-13 4:36 PM

Run for cover the EPA is coming to the area in November 2013

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