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YOU JUST KNEW

You just knew they would go too far. They always do. You know the syndrome. You have seen it many times. Someone raises a crisis so they can solve it and profit from it, and before long all logic is lost. Usually the crisis is about the future of civilization. Someone gets some recognition, honor …

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GUEST COLUMN: STUDY REVEALS $13.22 BILLION ENERGY SECTOR IMPACT ON STATE’S ECONOMY

By Seth Hammett, PowerSouth’s Vice President of Business Development and Chairman of the Energy Institute of Alabama Alabama’s energy sector provides the spark that makes the state’s economic engine go. Akin to the consumer who never thinks of what goes into making the lights come on at the flick of a switch, those of us …

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NUCLEAR: CRITICAL ELEMENT OF POWERSOUTH’S FUTURE ENERGY MIX

As the rest of the country relies more on natural gas for electricity generation, PowerSouth is expanding the cooperative’s already-diverse power supply mix with a nuclear power purchase, adding flexibility and good economic value. PowerSouth’s generation plan has succeeded, in large part, due to its diverse fuel mix. Using a variety of fuels and technologies …

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9/11

My August article, Requiem for Gus Mayer, drew more comments and support than any article I have written. I received heartfelt stories of others losing their best friends. Some wanted to know more about Gus Mayer and our relationship. One reader made a gracious offer to replace Gus Mayer with a registered beagle puppy from …

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CRISIS!!!

A number of recent articles cite crises that threaten our lifestyle, economy, jobs, children and futures. Of course, it is campaign season, and crises are the threat of the hour, especially if the opponent were to be elected. I did some research and have listed some quotations below concerning crises. I couldn’t resist interjecting the …

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REQUIEM FOR GUS MAYER

Gus Mayer – my faithful companion, my best friend and loyal super beagle – left me for the Rainbow Bridge at 3:30 p.m. April 14. I can talk and write about him some now without crying. Last November, I received the terrible news that his kidneys were failing and that he had only months, maybe weeks, …

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FOR THE BIRDS

On August 13, 2013, ExxonMobil pled guilty to killing approximately 85 migratory birds in five states. The birds, none of which were protected or endangered, died as a result of exposure to natural gas reserve pits and wastewater storage areas between 2004 and 2009. Exxon paid fines and made community service payments of $600,000, and …

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