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US Nitrogen Under a Cloud of Smoke
October 22, 2016
The Newport Plain Talk
Andrew Suggs
US Nitrogen
US Nitrogen

Photo: Credit Chris McCloud

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nolichucky testing

CWEET undertaking testing on the Nolichucky

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Weak Broadband Access Slows Rural Tennessee's Economy
September 30, 2016
The Tennessean
Jamie McGee
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Amanda Hamilton is enrolled in adult education classes at Workforce Essentials in Houston County. Her teacher, Howard Spurgeon, says his students can get frustrated with the slow connection speeds of the internet in the area. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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broadband 2

Xavier Arrant, a student enrolled in Workforce Essential's adult education program, gets assistance with an assignment from his teacher Howard Spurgeon. Spurgeon's students cannot efficiently access all the resources available to them due to slow internet connections in Houston County. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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Weak Broadband Access Slows Rural Tennessee's Economy
September 30, 2016
The Tennessean
Jamie McGee
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Amanda Hamilton is enrolled in adult education classes at Workforce Essentials in Houston County. Her teacher, Howard Spurgeon, says his students can get frustrated with the slow connection speeds of the internet in the area. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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broadband 2

Xavier Arrant, a student enrolled in Workforce Essential's adult education program, gets assistance with an assignment from his teacher Howard Spurgeon. Spurgeon's students cannot efficiently access all the resources available to them due to slow internet connections in Houston County. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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Weak Broadband Access Slows Rural Tennessee's Economy
September 30, 2016
The Tennessean
Jamie McGee
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Amanda Hamilton is enrolled in adult education classes at Workforce Essentials in Houston County. Her teacher, Howard Spurgeon, says his students can get frustrated with the slow connection speeds of the internet in the area. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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Xavier Arrant, a student enrolled in Workforce Essential's adult education program, gets assistance with an assignment from his teacher Howard Spurgeon. Spurgeon's students cannot efficiently access all the resources available to them due to slow internet connections in Houston County. (Photo: Ayrika Whitney / The Leaf-Chronicle)

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Speakers Oppose Permit Renewal
June 10, 2016
The Greeneville Sun
Brad Hicks
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nolichucky permit meeting 1

Photo: Michael S. Reneau

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nolichucky permit meeting 3

Activist Park Overall. Photo by Michael S. Reneau.

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nolichucky permit meeting 2

Photo by Michael S. Reneau.

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Faced with Threats to Nolichucky River, Residents Unite
December 9, 2015
Appalachian Voices
Lorelei Goff
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residents unite 1

Ann Calfee of Save the Nolichucky measures the pH of the river below a U.S. Nitrogen work site in December 2014. Photo by April Bryant, aprilbryant.com.

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residents unite 2

Jack Renner sits in his tractor as workers with U.S. Nitrogen start digging to install the pipeline on his land against his will. Photo by April Bryant, aprilbryant.com.

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Clean Water Advocacy Group Receives Funding To Monitor Nolichucky River
February 28, 2015
The Greeneville Sun
Michael S. Reneau
Alternative Local Economy Summit held in Cocke County
December 18, 2014
The Newport Plain Talk
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economy summit 1

Carol Judy, Maria Guzman, Adam Huges

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economy summit 2

Ricki Drapper and Bonnie Swinford in the bunkhouse at Standing Bear Lodge.

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Dozens 'Float The Nolichucky' To Protest Pipeline Plans
August 18, 2014
The Greeneville Sun
Kristen Buckles
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Photo: O.J. Early. Eddie Overholt speaks Sunday at a rally to oppose a proposed double-pipeline that would stretch 12 miles between the Nolichucky River and US Nitrogen's Midway plant.

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Photo by O.J. Early. Participants in the "Float the Nolichucky" event emerge from the river Sunday evening. State Rep. Jeremy Faison, R-11th, of Cosby, stands in the foreground at right.

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Donahue Bible, who owns land on the Nolichucky River downstream from the intake and discharge site of the proposed double-pipeline between the US Nitrogen plant and the river, addresses approximately 50 people in attendance for Sunday's "Float the Nolichucky" rally at Nolichucky Vineyard, on Fish Hatchery Road. The rally Sunday evening followed the actual float on the river Sunday afternoon. The event was hosted by the environmental advocacy group CWEET (Clean Water Expected in East Tennessee.)

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Public Official Comment from CWEET on the NC Triennial Review
January 6, 2014
CWEET Board of Directors
CWEET's Efforts to Clean the Pigeon Underway
August 5, 2013
Maria Guzman
Evergreen, Environmental Groups Settle River Temperature Issue
May 9, 2012
Smoky Mountain News
Becky Johnson
Partial Settlement Offers Some Relief to Pigeon River Pollution
May 2, 2012
Press Release
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partial settlement 1
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partial settlement 2
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partial settlement 3
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