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General Motors is making a big investment in wind power. The automaker announced that it is purchasing 200 megawatts of wind energy from wind farms in Ohio and Illinois, and that once the turbines are online next year, 20 percent of the company’s global electricity usage will be powered by…

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With self-driving car technology already showing up in the marketplace, a University of Arizona (UA) startup company is developing technology to make it better — and cheaper. The UA has licensed a pair of technologies to improve radar systems for autonomous vehicles to startup Lunewave Inc., headed by lead inventor…

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In an interview with New York Times last month, William Perry, the defense secretary in former president Bill Clinton’s administration, expressed his deep concern and great disappointment to the “escalation course” between the United States and North Korea. “In a sense, we are sleepwalking into a war, and I think…

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There are clubs, balls and bags in everyone’s garage, from 20-handicappers to PGA Tour stars. Just one visit to a golf club might result in bringing back a scorecard, tees, ball markers, hats and shirts. Throw in a little success, and there are trophies, medals and photos, followed by congratulatory…

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Sherry Wright’s golf resume includes qualifying for the US Women’s Mid-Amateur Championship three straight years and winning the Olivas Links Women’s Club Championship five straight years. What makes Wright’s list of golf accomplishments even more impressive is the Oxnard resident only took up the game seven years ago. For most…

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Two-and-a-half weeks after dealing with a tropical disturbance that dumped double-digit inches of rain in some areas, Southwest Florida courses are recovering from another blow after Hurricane Irma blew through Sunday night. Like many property owners, courses across Collier and Lee counties are dealing with varying degrees of tree damage,…

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Arcadian Shores Golf Club, the first solo design of renowned golf course architect Rees Jones, is set to reopen as early as next week following its most extensive renovation project since its opening in 1974. The course has a new clubhouse, new greens and new cart paths among its improvements.…

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India is rapidly moving toward its goal of becoming a leading power in the Indian Ocean region through the sponsorship of security and economic agreements, according to a key global strategic survey by a leading London-based think tank. The International Institute for Strategic Studies (IISS) focussed on India’s maritime security…

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A company that built saltwater-based battery systems at the former Sony Corp. plant near New Stanton will move to China, according to the organization that manages the sprawling industrial site. Aquion Energy Inc., with headquarters in Lawrenceville, is moving operations overseas after emerging from bankruptcy in July and ending production…

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TOWN OF HALLIE, Wisconsin: An expansive solar field on 20 acres of private property in the town of Hallie is the product of a partnership among three solar energy companies to further build up an existing energy grid. Dairyland Power Cooperative, with headquarters in La Crosse, reached a 25-year purchase…

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