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Salem-News.com (Jul-19-2010 14:30)
Many Gulf Spill Cleanup Efforts Ineffective and Harming, not Helping BirdsSalem-News.com
New Report and Recommendations Issued Today by American Bird Conservancy.
(WASHINGTON D..C.) - A new report shows how some of BP’s oil spill cleanup efforts are actually causing harm to birds and their habitats rather than helping them, that cleanup vessels are inadequate and operating in the wrong locations, and that deployed boom has failed to protect some important bird colonies from oil.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jul-01-2010 23:14)
DHH Partially Closes Additional Oyster Harvesting Areas Due to Oil SpillSalem-News.com
Officials continue aggressive testing.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jul-01-2010 00:38)
Louisiana Governor Meets with Vice President, Calling For Greater Sense of Urgency from FedsSalem-News.com
Louisiana's National Guard are continuing installing 8.5 miles of Hesco barrier on the shoreline of Cameron Parish.
(KENNER, La.) - Wednesday, Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal met with Vice President Joe Biden to call for a greater sense of urgency from the federal government in the war to protect Louisiana’s coastline from the oil spill.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jun-05-2010 15:34)
Don`t Forget the RabbitsDaniel Johnson Salem-News.com
It’s long past the time for Americans to get with the program and live as if they share the planet with others.Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (May-19-2010 02:21)
New Orleans Five Years About After Hurricanes Katrina and RitaRalph E. Stone Salem-News.com
About 1,836 people died in Hurricane Katrina.
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My wife and I visited New Orleans last month. While there, we toured some of the areas hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina in August 2005, and Hurricane Rita in September 2005.
Salem-News.com (Dec-10-2008 09:37)
Hauntings Include Restless Ghosts, Chilling Sounds and VampiresSchellene Clendenin for Salem-News.com
New Orleans, not surprisingly, has its share of local lore.
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In a city that attracts crowds for Mardi Gras celebrations and blues festivals, beautiful architecture and fine cuisine, New Orleans is, in some circles, even more famous for its established inhabitants.