In some evangelical churches, a once-staid ritual is returning to its informal roots — and things sometimes get “a little rowdy” along the way.
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Many of the current water systems in parts of the West Virginia coalfields were installed in the early 1900s by coal companies.
When coal operators, people and jobs left the area, remnants
The worst nuclear accident since the 1986 Chernobyl disaster is a recent and painful memory in Japan. Yet in the lead-up to this month’s United Nations climate summit, newly elected Prime Mini
As the world scrambles to do something about climate change, contamination, depletion of natural resources, and overpopulation, water becomes ever more valuable. People cannot live without it, a
Coming up to the end of 2021, there's been a lot of news and information about water contamination from a leak at the Navy's Red Hill fuel storage facility on Oʻahu. While cleanup efforts conti
Comet Ridge (COI) is progressing a work program at Mahalo North, which is part of its flagship Mahalo Gas Hub in Queensland.
Drilling and production testing operations are targeting the hi
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