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Hawaii National Guard Engineers Build Shelters for Volcano Evacuees

Since June 7, engineers with the Hawaii Army National Guard have been constructing a community of emergency "micro-shelter" housing units here for residents displaced by the ongoing Kilauea eruption.

SOP newswireOrganization works to increase awareness of Islamic experience in America - Washington -- Some years ago, Amir Muhammad began researching his family’s roots without any thought that it might lead him to America’s little-known Islamic heritage. Until then, he assumed that most American
SOP newswireFEMA Continues To Address Formaldehyde Concerns - FEMA has asked the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) for its assistance and expertise in conducting a public health assessment of indoor air quality in its temporary
SOP newswireEPA Administrator Johnson to Present Tennessee Nonprofit with Green Building Grant - On Friday, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Stephen L. Johnson will present a Regional Environmental Priorities (REP) grant to the Cumberland River Compact, a nonprofit based in Nashville,
SOP newswirePentagon Official Describes AFRICOM’s Mission, Dispels Misconceptions - U.S. Africa Command’s foremost mission is to help Africans achieve their own security, not to extend the scope of the war on terrorism or secure African resources, a top Pentagon official said.
SOP newswireEstuarine Eutrophication, or Nutrient Pollution, Things are Bad - The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration today released a comprehensive assessment of estuarine eutrophication, or nutrient pollution, that
SOP newswireEPA: Toledo area meets the health standard for smog - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 announced today it has approved the state of Ohio's request to redesignate Lucas and Wood counties in the Toledo area to attainment of the national health-based eight
SOP newswireThree killed as 50 to 100 cars plunged in the Mississippi River - The bridge carrying Route 35W and located in Minneapolis, which was under repair, buckled and fell into the river at about 6.10 pm local time (9.10am AEST), local media reported.
SOP newswireEPA Grants NYC New Waiver from Filtering Drinking Water from its Catskill/Delaware Water System - (New York, N.Y.) Drink up New York! Today, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Stephen L. Johnson joined Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg in Manhattan’s Central Park to formally announce that after an extensive review
SOP newswireEmerging Threats, Cybersecurity, and Science & Technology - Mr. Chairman and Members of the Subcommittee, thank you for this opportunity to talk with you about the safety, and in particular the post-harvest defense, of our food supply. The United States has not only the most bountiful food
SOP newswireEPA presents water stewardship award to Ohio swine operation - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5 is presenting a first-time award for water resources stewardship today to an Ohio swine operation. Environmental Manager Bill Knapke will accept the award
SOP newswireMoney Laundering Case Related to Department of Defense Contracts in Iraq and Kuwait - WASHINGTON – A major in the U.S. Army has been charged with bribery, money laundering and conspiracy arising out of his service as an Army contracting officer in Kuwait in 2004 and 2005, Assistant Attorney General Alice S. Fisher of the Criminal Division and Assistant Attorney
SOP newswireArkansas Police Officer Pleads Guilty to Civil Rights Violation - WASHINGTON — Shannon Houchin, a former police officer with the Crittenden County Sheriff’s Office in West Memphis, Ark., pleaded guilty today in federal court in Little Rock to a felony civil rights charge.
SOP newswireU.S. Homeland Still Threatened by Islamic Terrorists - Islamic terrorists still pose a threat to the U.S. homeland, but America"s efforts against them abroad have weakened their position
SOP newswireArtifacts Stolen From Agate Fossil Beds NM Have Been Recovered - OMAHA, Neb.—Investigators working in conjunction with the National Park Service (NPS) have found a duffle bag containing items that were stolen from Agate Fossil Beds National Monument last week. The specific location
SOP newswireWildfire situation is expected to get worse - A bad wildfire situation is expected to get worse as forecasters with NOAA’s National Weather Service predict extremely dangerous fire weather conditions in the West to conti
Djelloul (Del) Marbrook (Editor/Mentor)The Disease of Imperialism - Americans have never liked bullies. So why do we always get suckered by them when it comes to waging war in behalf of a capitalist elite?
SOP newswireDOT Announces $24.5 Million for New Transportation Research - DOT Announces $24.5 Million for New Transportation Research. The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (DOT) Research and Innovative Technology Administration (RITA) announced the award of $24.5 million for 20 U.S. universities to work with the Department to solve national
SOP newswireFEMA, Statement of Administrator R. David Paulison - Over the last two months, FEMA has significantly increased its focus on formaldehyde-related health concerns raised by Gulf Coast disaster victims. These individuals reside in FEMA-provided
SOP newswireDriver's licenses were sold to illegal aliens for approximately $2,000 each - MOBILE, Ala. - An employee of the Mississippi Department of Public Safety's Division of Driver Services, her spouse, two Mexican nationals and an Uzbeki national were arrested here Friday by U.S.
SOP newswireFBI's National Intelligence Estimate - On Tuesday, we joined with the entire U.S. intelligence community in issuing what"s called a "National Intelligence Estimate""the most authoritative written judgment on national security issues"on the
SOP newswire$1.7 Billion in Homeland Security Grants - The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announced today final Fiscal Year (FY) 2007 Homeland Security Grant Program (HSGP) awards totaling $1.7 billion, including a total of almost $411 million to the nation’s six urban areas
SOP newswireSacramento pension plans in trouble - California's pension crisis has deepened over the past seven years as the average county fund has gone from being flush with cash to being at least 9percent underfunded, according to a new statewide survey.
SOP newswireEPA invites projects for Midwest Clean-Diesel grants - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 5's Midwest Clean Diesel Initiative today announced it expects to award up to $300,000 this year in grants for diesel-emission reduction projects in Illinois, Indiana
SOP newswireSt. James Parish Receives Mitigation Funds - NEW ORLEANS, La. -- The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) recently approved funding to retrofit the St. James Parish Courthouse in Vacherie with wind resistant shutters and/or
SOP newswireCelebrating Labor Day 2007: Sept. 3 - The first observance of Labor Day is believed to have been a parade of 10,000 workers on Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City, organized by Peter J. McGuire, a Carpenters and Joiners Union secretary.
SOP newswireGeorge Washington: America's First Military Intelligence Director - George Washington – who some call the First DCI (Director of Central Intelligence) – was a key practitioner of military intelligence during the Revolutionary War more than 230 years
Jennifer L. HernandezFourth of July Picnic Ends in Tragedy - A van carrying and mother and three small children rolled into a pond yesterday, killing all four passengers.
SOP newswirePresident Bush Holds Thursday Press Conference - THE PRESIDENT: Good morning. Thank you. Yesterday, America lost an extraordinary First Lady and a fine Texan, Lady Bird Johnson.
SOP newswireHomeland Security Advisory System Current Threat Level - The U.S. threat level is High, or Orange, for all domestic and international flights. Only small amounts of liquids, aerosols and gels are allowed in carry-on baggage.
SOP newswireFederal Aid Programs For Oklahoma Disaster Recovery - Following is a summary of key federal disaster aid programs that can be made available as needed and warranted under President Bush's major disaster declaration issued for Oklahoma.
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