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The Grange seeks to educate the public of the role of agriculture in today's modern society; to influence public policy through legislative advocacy; to promote the proper use of the environment and natural resources and to assist in protecting the property rights of the stewards of the land.

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Gas prices still rising

Pacific Business News (Honolulu) - 8:08 PM HAST Sunday, May 20, 2007

Gasoline prices are now within 30 cents a gallon of Hawaii's all-time highs set in September 2005, but Hawaii has slipped from fourth place to a fifth place tie for most expensive gas.

With gasoline consumption still greater than last year despite record prices on the Mainland, prices there are rising faster than those in Hawaii, and 14 states have prices higher than what most Honolulu residents are paying. Hawaii's statewide average is much higher than the Honolulu average due to prices in Hilo and Wailuku but still falls far short of the leading position it had during the last few gasoline price crises.

 

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The national average Sunday was $3.17 8/10, which AAA said was also the highest average price it has ever recorded nationwide. It has risen 31 cents in the past month and is about 25 cents higher than levels of a year ago.

The most expensive statewide averages:

                          1. California: $3.45 3/10.

                          2. Washington state: $3.44 2/10.

                          3. Illinois: $3.43 8/10.

                          4. Michigan: $3.40 7/10.

                          5. (Tie) Oregon: $3.40 5/10.

                          5. (Tie) Hawaii: $3.40 5/10.

The states of Nebraska, New Mexico, Colorado, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Indiana, Kansas and Iowa all have statewide average prices that are higher than the average price in Honolulu.

http://www.bizjournals.com/pacific/stories/2007/05/21/daily7.html?from_rss=1

(For Latest On Local Prices - click here)

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As I said last time; “… let's go... telling 'em we want a true "Public Park"; You remember those, don't you? A place were families could rest, walk, walk dogs, ride horses, bike and motor to secluded redoubts to fish, picnic and enjoy extended camping. After all is said and done - it is our public land and we are the public! Let's ask them how much of our "public 25,000 acres" the public will get to use and how much of our public park we will we be locked out of? “

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 Why We Need Right to Ride Protection

When Senator Hubert Humphrey introduced the first wilderness bill in 1956, he assured the American public that "existing uses and privileges are respected in this bill," "this bill will not interfere with, but will perpetuate, the present multiple-purpose administration of these national forest areas." Provisions were made in the law to protect uses not nolmally considered to be 'wilderness uses' such as grazing, aitfields, and motor boats where these uses were already established. Use of pack and saddle stock was a dominant means of access, and it was beyond any one's comprehension that it would someday be crowded out by increased backpacking or regulated out to provide opportunities for a minority of foot travelers who simply prefer not to share the areas with recreational stock users. We believe 'Right to Ride' legislation is necessary and timely to correct the nation-wide trend of federal land managers and federal agencies unnecessarily limiting equestrian access to public lands. We are in the process of cataloguing a more comprehensive list of examples of problems we are ex-periencing, however, we have included a few below to illustrate our point:

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Don't forget to check out & check into the LEGrange Pantry for some great "down home" - "home spun" tasty home cooking tips!!! @: LEGrange Pantry - By Clicking Right Here.  or on the pic to the left:

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CALIFORNIA GRANGE
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Beat High Travel Costs - Gas Prices @ The Pump
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For More Info On Global Warming & Climat Change
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Climate, Agi's Friend or Foe?

The Daily Media Scream

"CLIMATE CHANGE"
(AKA:&  Global Warming, GW,
Anthropogenic Global Warming, AGW,

Climate Disruption)
In A "Chicken Little" Revelation

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WELL - YUP, Since Day One!

 

It's very easy to see that change and mortality are two constants in our universe. This globe's climate and its effects are no exception and it's been that way from moment one. 

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No change - homeostasis - is unnatural. Change and transformation are the natural forces. Nature does not preserve. Nature's mantra is "Mutate. Migrate. Adapt. Or die."

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To Go To LEGrange's Holiday Season Pantry
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New LEGrange
Food Pantry & Recipe Corner

 

This Area Is New & Under Construction

SOooooooo

Until We Expand Our Inventory of Local Eats & Drinks

Please Check Out One &/or Two Of Our Wide,

Most Tasteful & Most Complete Recipe Listings

From The Web

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See, Smell & Taste What Others Are Doing

 
HOT MEALS
COOKED FROM SCRATCH
Good Smells, Good Taste
Good Warm Neighborliness
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Down Right - Down Home Cooking

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MEMORIAL TO 9/11
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Armand Trinitapoli

401 Lakeview Drive

Crescent City, CA 95531

E-Mail: altetal@charter.net

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