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... dripinvestor.com. Q: Would you recommend borrowing against my credit card to invest in the stock market? - L.K., Salt Creek, Colorado A: No! The U.S. stock market has, over many decades, averaged close to 10 percent per year in returns. But that's ... Comment?
... raised no immediate exposure concerns, EPA spokesman Rich Mylott said. Federal crews drew samples from Salt Creek, which flows into the Arkansas River, looking for volatile organic compounds and metals. It was the second fire since April 19 at the ... Comment?
... Agency said. The EPA is concerned about the air and water in the area. Water is flowing from the scrap yard into Salt Creek. "All that water that was put onto that fire is going somewhere. We have a crew getting samples of the runoff and Salt ... Comment?
A fire at a scrap yard has forced Pueblo health officials to recommend that residents seal up their houses or get out of their neighborhoods until the smoke is gone. The Pueblo Chieftain reports that the Pueblo City-County Health Department issued an advisory for the Salt Creek neighborhood and Blende, recommending that residents shut down ventilation and cooling systems and close windows and doors. Comment?
... southeast edge of Pueblo near the steel mill, rocketed plumes of particulate-heavy black smoke into the adjacent Salt Creek and Blende neighborhoods. "It is definitely a synthetic smell," Pueblo fire inspector Erik Duran said. "The biggest concern ... Comment?
... out in April, at the scrap yard at the facility. It caused evacuations, because of toxic smoke. Residents in the Salt Creek neighborhood are being asked to evacuate, if possible. If not, then stay indoors with windows and doors closed. Residents in ... Comment?
... break off and fall into potentially deadly, fast flowing flood waters. Of special concern are areas near the Salt Creek landslide area in Mesa County, upstream of Collbran, where emergency managers say the pond created by the landslide could spill ... 1 comment
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