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Monthly Archives: December 2005
Below is a summary of articles on the Taum Sauk dam disaster in the past week.
SÃƒÂ¸ren Gudman climbed the 7 Summits (Kosciusko version) in a record 194 days.
A judge has thrown out the lawsuit that Yosemite was responsible for a fatal rock slide. Below is the original September 14, 2005, post: Superclimb reports climbers fear a $20 million wrongful death suit against Yosemite will end the sport … Continue reading
The Upper Reservoir at the Taum Sauk Pumped Storage Plant has been breached flooding the Black River and creating havoc and washing out roads and buildings downstream.
Kentucky officials issued seven citations in connection with a mine cave in on Black Mountain that killed two miners on Aug. 3.
Ken Gauger has released a series of very detailed images identifying the mountain peaks from Mount Mitchell, Clingmans and Brasstown Bald.
A man wearing light sweatshirt was rescued after getting lost while climbing through Ape Cave on Mount St. Helens.
The NPS is proposing guidelines that would trails to be renamed by sponsors according to Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility.
Relatives of Percival Baxter who donated Maine’s highest point are complaining they are not being consulted on the replacement of Buzz Caverly as director.
U.S. Reps. Earl Blumenauer, a Democrat from Portland, and Greg Walden, a Republican from Hood River, back from hiking 41 miles around Mount Hood have come up with a plan to protect the mountain.
Geologists in reviewing a 3D Cat scan of Rainier have upgraded the earthquake possibilites on fault Ohanapecosh.
Mongabay reports a 35 percent increase in Lyme Disease bearing deer ticks following the hot dry summer.