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The Banks of the Blanco
Environmentalists and Hays County clash over river-clearing project
"...trees onto a bonfire. That's the scene a group of kayakers found one recent morning at a bend in..."

July 29, 2005 News Feature by Rachel Proctor May

TDH Cuts the Egret's Cheese
TDH shuts down cheese production at White Egret Farm.
"...In some European countries, government officials turn up their noses -- sniff! -- at pasteurized..."

Nov. 30, 2001 News Feature by Amy Smith

Dems Vie to Oust Sid Miller, Take Back Texas Agriculture
Priorities include economic incentives for small farms, rural health care, and internet access
"...The candidates for Texas Agriculture Commissioner who aren't Sid Miller agree on one thing:..."

Feb. 25, 2022 News Feature by Lina Fisher

God's Steward at the TNRCC
In Barry McBee's Environment, Politics and Religion Mix
"...man, a Republican party man -- and the chairman of one of the most powerful environmental agencies in the..."

Jan. 16, 1998 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Run-Off Running Out of Steam
Final day of early voting in primaries
"...Another blow to the myth of politically engaged Austin: With early voting ending today in..."

May 23, 2014 News Post by Richard Whittaker

Vermont Votes Hemp
"...North Dakota, the first state to reauthorize agricultural production of the non-narcotic cousin of marijuana...."

May 30, 2008 News Post by Jordan Smith

Who You Gonna Call?
Small Texas towns look to Austin and Washington to jump-start economic development
"...project. So he ran through a long, withering gauntlet of government loan programs and came up short. "You wade..."

Feb. 23, 2001 News Feature by Kevin Fullerton

Point Austin: Jobs to Go
The sunny side of the state's assault on social services
"...services. Based on a job-recruitment advertisement placed by one of the companies sub-contracted to provide a telephone eligibility "call..."

Oct. 21, 2005 News Column by Michael King

A Liquid Proposition
Austin's Water Quality Protection Lands are few and far between: can they do the job they are meant to do?
"...you step," says William Conrad, as he climbs out of the white Ford Explorer with the city of Austin..."

July 6, 2001 News Feature by Dan Oko

Creative Capital?
In the City of Ideas, the people with ideas are dancing with day jobs.
"...day, in a bathroom down the hall from her office. It was 1983. After two years of graduate work..."

Feb. 28, 2003 News Feature by Michael Erard

The Race Is to the Swift
In Texas, livestock are better vaccinated than children.
"...A privately chartered jet arrived in the U.S. from England last October, carrying 34 immigrants of Middle..."

May 9, 2003 News Feature by Lucius Lomax

Naked City
"...last week with two key Texas lawmakers on the U.S. House Agriculture Committee to boost funding for habitat preservation...."

March 22, 2002 News Feature by Lee Nichols

Is the Austin Aquarium Fishy?
Vince Covino defends the family business
"...third slated to open in Austin before the end of the year – have been maligned by disgruntled employees..."

Oct. 18, 2013 News Feature by Jordan Smith

Texas' Cotton Boll
Farmers Fight Boll Weevil Program in Court
"...Doug Potter An ambitious plan to rid the state of the boll weevil has not gotten rid of the..."

Nov. 29, 1996 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Mr. Smarty Pants Knows
"...bacterium used to ferment salami and sauerkraut may be offered as an alternative to antibiotics. Instead of killing off..."

Oct. 16, 1998 Column by Mr. Smarty Pants

To Your Health
Are organic fruits and vegetables worth the extra expense? When organic varieties are too pricey or out of season, is there any way to minimize the risks besides just rinsing and peeling?
"...fresh summer fruits such as strawberries, peaches, apricots, and plums. Are they worth the extra expense? When organic varieties..."

July 18, 2003 Column by James Heffley, Ph.D.

To Your Health
I consider myself a very healthy woman, since I have been athletic all my life and even considered training for the Olympics, but my physician is worried that I have the beginnings of osteoporosis at age 32. Could this be true?
"...my physician is worried that I have the beginnings of osteoporosis at age 32. Could this be true?..."

Dec. 21, 2001 Column by James Heffley, Ph.D.

Big City Blues
Although it has three of the 10 largest cities in the United States, Texas is still largely a state of home-rule cities. A brief look at the prospects for a real urban policy in Texas.
"...For decades, the state of Texas had a very straightforward relationship with its cities:..."

Jan. 12, 2001 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Hitting the Pavement
Building SH 130 is still being considered in terms of costs, routes, and whether it will be a toll road.
"...days before Christmas 1986? If you were a member of the Texas Transportation Commission, you were busy issuing Minute..."

Jan. 21, 2000 News Feature by Mike Clark-Madison

Meow Mix
Texans Are Wild About Exotic Cats, but at What Cost?
"...feet long, weigh about 300 pounds, devour three packages of chicken a day, and die a gruesome, undignified death,..."

Aug. 4, 2000 News Feature by Cheryl Smith

Austin Aquarium Manager Sent to Federal Shark Tank
Covino gets a year behind bars
"...holders, a Florida federal judge sentenced Ammon Covino, one of two brothers behind the new Northwest Austin aquarium, to..."

Dec. 4, 2013 News Post by Jordan Smith

Lobbying for Little People
A Profile of Austin's Center for Public Policy Priorities
"...Sure, most of them dress alike. Dark suits and ties are part..."

Feb. 2, 2001 News Feature by Robert Bryce

Pumping Edwards Dry?
Creedmoor-Maha's request to pump more water gets nixed by the Barton Springs / Edwards Aquifer Conservation District.
"...District to reconsider its decision to deny his client's request for more groundwater. Austin lawyer Mark Zeppa says he'll..."

Jan. 11, 2002 News Feature by Amy Smith

Capitol Chronicle: Nothing From Nothing Leaves Nothing
The state budget proposals are walking on moonshine.
"...Of the various budget proposals floating around the Capitol, my..."

Jan. 31, 2003 News Column by Michael King

The Year That Wasn't
"...the somewhat bovine Perry to the meat-beat at the U.S. Department of Agriculture...."

Jan. 5, 2001 News Feature

Feds' Animal ID Program Raises Ruckus Among Small Farmers
National Animal Identification System favors factory farms over Ma and Pa
"...Carol Ann Sayles, co-owner with her husband Larry Butler of East Austin's landmark organic Boggy Creek Farm, is surrounded..."

March 17, 2006 News Feature by Frank Rivera

Court Says No to Hemp
After years of legal wrangling, appeals court rules against North Dakota farmers
"...a year after two farmers appeared before the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to argue for their right..."

Dec. 23, 2009 News Post by Jordan Smith

NoDak Hempsters Moving Forward
"...license to grow the plant. Hemp, the non-narcotic cousin of marijuana is a sustainable addition to crop rotation and..."

Dec. 9, 2008 News Post by Jordan Smith

Naked City
"...Say No to GMOs will sponsor "Genetically Engineered Seeds of Controversy," a lecture on the politics and dangers of..."

Oct. 5, 2001 News Feature by Lauri Apple

When Good Food Goes Bad
"...pasture (or garden) to the dinner table, a multitude of mishaps can transform what should be a delightful dinner..."

June 4, 1999 Food Feature by Mick Vann

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