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In the 10/04/2022 edition:

Swimming Against the Tide, a Retired Connecticut Official Won’t Stop Fighting for the Endangered Atlantic Salmon

Steve Gephard’s 46-year effort to restore a viable population in the Connecticut River failed. Now, he’s working with school kids in his home state and European governments to conserve populations in the North Atlantic.

Steve Gephard knows what it feels like to swim upstream. For 46 years, he pursued a noble goal against long odds: restoring a viable population of Atlantic salmon in the Connecticut River.



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Climate Activists Reluctantly Back John Fetterman in Tightening Pennsylvania Senate Race

The GOP’s Mehmet Oz may be shrugging off “carpetbagger” claims but faces headwinds over Trump endorsement.

EXTON, Pa.—Almost a year after a major natural gas liquids pipeline project was completed through his suburban neighborhood, Connor Young is still speaking out against it, but he doesn’t expect any help from John Fetterman, the Democratic candidate for a Pennsylvania U.S. Senate seat in November’s election.



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This Program is Blazing a Trail for Women in Wildland Firefighting

As wildfires worsen and the state faces a firefighter shortage, a California pilot program aims to recruit women to fight fires. But the field remains full of obstacles.

Originally published by The 19th.



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Amid the Devastation of Hurricane Ian, a New Study Charts Alarming Flood Risks for U.S. Hospitals

Researchers have identified nearly 700 vulnerable hospitals in metropolitan areas along the Gulf and Atlantic coasts. Although Miami ranks first among the areas whose hospitals are threatened, Northeastern cities are surprisingly high on the list.

It was a scene that played out in cities and towns along the path of Hurricane Ian as it roared ashore last week: nurses, physicians and other medical personnel working feverishly to evacuate hospitals that were at risk of flooding or worse.



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