Tag Archive: Idaho

Apr 07 2014

LETU to showcase Kodiak quest mission airplane

LeTourneau University is inviting the public to get a close-up view of a new airplane that is making a big impact across the world. A Quest Kodiak airplane is scheduled to make a stop-off at LeTourneau University’s Abbott Aviation Center, 200 Airpark Dr., on a publicity tour for Mission Aviation Fellowship at 4 p.m. Monday, …

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Aug 25 2013

Alert to the world around us

This upcoming week will marks the anniversary of the surrender ceremony that ended World War II. On September 2, 1945 the eyes of the world focused on history’s stage and a performance that would not soon be forgotten. That was the day General Douglas Mac Arthur (with his Parker fountain pen in hand) conducted a …

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Apr 24 2012

Two heads aren’t always better than one

An alarming percentage of the fish found in creeks contaminated by J.R. Simplot’s phosphate mining operations in Idaho are grossly deformed. By Jim Hightower The corporate propensity for rationalizing the irrational in the pursuit of profit appears to be boundless. Consider J.R. Simplot, a giant agribusiness conglomerate whose phosphate mining operations in Idaho have grossly …

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