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286 Your Competitive Advantage May Surprise You! By: Marsha Friedman What’s your best advice for women in business? It’s a question I hear frequently as more and more women strike out on their own, whether it’s to start their own company, write a book, turn Amanda Heitz
287 IBHS Offers Guidance on Reducing Risk of Frozen Pipes Joseph King
288 National Weather Service Quad Cities Winter 2012/2013 Newsletter Sandra Stevens
289 Press conference to be held by River Action and the Community Foundation of the Great River Bend (CFGRB) Natalie Anderson
290 How You Can Help Tackle the ‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ Ginny Grimsley
291 Become a Mater Conservationist in 2013 Amanda Heitz
292 Branstad, Reynolds fight onerous RICE rule on behalf of Iowans, EPA accepts their alternative Jimmy Centers
293 Climate Action on Presidents Day Sierra Club
294 IBHS Guidance on How to Safely Remove Snow on Your Roof Joseph King
295 Simon, River Council to Army Corps: Reconsider Mississippi River decision if drought continues Kara Beach
296 EPA Region 7 to Provide Details about Green Infrastructure Assistance for City of Des Moines, Iowa, on Monday, Dec. 10 Kris Lancaster
297 SNAKE SYMPOSIUM LECTURE PLANNED Mike Granger
298 Governor Quinn Announces First Project of Illinois Clean Water Initiative Erin Wilson
299 Governor Quinn Announces Winners of the 2012 Illinois Governor’s Sustainability Awards Leslie Wertheimer
300 Join Us Nov. 15 and Celebrate America Recycles Day! Brandy Welvaert
301 Governor Quinn Deploys More Illinois Responders to Assist New York in Hurricane Sandy Response Erin Wilson
302 Sandy Survivor Shares Tips Ginny Grimsley
303 Coast Guard senior leaders assess Hurricane Sandy damages over East Coast; reconstituting the port of New York and New Jersey is the highest priority United States Coast Guard
304 Governor Quinn Announces Completion of Hofmann Dam Removal Erin Wilson
305 Going ‘Green’ is Good for Your Business, Exec Says Ginny Grimsley