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(Note: Depending on individual newspapers archival systems, some links may be dead or require payment to read after one to two weeks.)

Kansas Energy News

June 2001

Editorial: Fossil Fuels Still Rule
(Kansas City Star, June 13, 2001)

May 2001

Energy soon blowing in the wind in Montezuma
(Garden City Telegram, May 29, 2001)

Scarce investors, few workers and barely maintained rigs limit Kansas oil producers' ability to enjoy the industry's recovery.
(The Wichita Eagle, May 27, 2001)

Grousing goes with buying gasoline
(The Wichita Eagle, May 27, 2001)

Drivers coping with rising fuel prices
(Garden City Telegram, May 26, 2001)

Flexible farm policy bigger than ethanol
(Garden City Telegram, May 24, 2001)

Moran hears concerns at ag teleconference
(Hutchinson News, May 24, 2001)

Western ordered to stop
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 23, 2001)

Lawmakers: Package of bills represents start on Kansas energy plan
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 23, 2001)

Kansans struggle to cope with high energy prices
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 18, 2001)

Kansans hope Bush proposal offers relief
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 18, 2001)

House digs against gas tax hike; budget awaits resolution
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 8, 2001)

Running out of gas (Ed.)
(Garden City Telegram, May 8, 2001)

Tax breaks passed for power plant construction
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 6, 2001)

Racin' with electricity
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 7, 2001)

State regulators direct $29.3 million to help pay natural gas bills
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 5, 2001)

Dick Snider: Gas stations have always been good at pumping money
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 4, 2001)

Tens of thousands may receive relief (gas bills)
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 4, 2001)

Drivers gassing up, don't stop to pay
(Garden City Telegram, May 3, 2001)

Critics wary of Western's plan
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 3, 2001)

Bush energy plan lip service to alternative fuels, conservation (Ed.)
(Hays Daily News, May 3, 2001)

April 2001

Area utilities expect to have enough power for summer
(Dodge City Daily Globe, April 28, 2001)

CURB requests SEC investigation
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 27, 2001)

Commentary: Energy plan needs work; it's a mess
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 26, 2001)

Gas prices soar again
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 24, 2001)

Power, water resources at a premium, officials say
(Hutchinson News, April 23, 2001)

Wind farm gaining speed
(Garden City Telegram, April 20, 2001)

Residents pack KCC rate hearing
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 20, 2001)

With inventory down, prices jump at the pump
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 13, 2001)

Wildcatter's hopes for oil discouraged
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 12, 2001)

Wichitans question rate plan
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 12, 2001)

Hearings to begin on electric rate hike
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 11, 2001)

Energy outline (Editorial)
(Hutchinson News, April 11, 2001)

Brownouts? Not in Kansas for at least four years
(Salina Journal, April 10, 2001)

Summer heat unlikely to burn through state power supply
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 9, 2001)

Wildcatter seeks black gold
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 8, 2001)

High natural gas bills factor into weak revenues, officials say
(Dodge City Daily Globe, April 7, 2001)

Why the electric rate hike request, and what it means (Op)
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 7, 2001)

Gas rate spike shares in blame for shortfall
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 7, 2001)

Wind Energy Potential in Kansas Deemed High
(K-State Press Release, April 5, 2001)

KCC keeps Western books private, for now
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 4, 2001)

Midwest Energy among distributors asking for reduction of shutoff ban
(Hays Daily News, April 3, 2001)

CURB's fight to see Western records heats up
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 3, 2001)

KCC backs off 2-month gas rule
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 3, 2001)

Sunflower generating talks
(Garden City Telegram, April 2, 2001)

February 2001

newSuber: Father, Son do Ag Industry proud
(Topeka Capital Journal, Feb. 19, 2001)

U.S. Energy News

July 2001

Study shows sticky bug buildup threatens to stall renewable wind power
(Dodge City Globe, July 5, 2001)

May 2001

Bush announces low-income energy aid, but no price caps
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 30, 2001)

Democrats to try again for price cap
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 23, 2001)

GM to install engines that increase gas mileage in large vehicles by an average of 2 miles per gallon in 2004
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 23, 2001)

High natural gas prices have some states riding high once again
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 23, 2001)

Democrats planning to launch energy ads in California
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 21, 2001)

Energy plans come without sacrifice
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 21, 2001)

Quinn: Time to start thinking about conservation again
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 20, 2001)

Gas mileage hits 20-year low
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 19, 2001)

Bush seeks to bridge divide in growing energy debate
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 19, 2001)

Bush energy plans looks to long-term more than short-term fixes
(Dodge City Daily Globe, May 18, 2001)

Energy plan praised, scorned
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 18, 2001)

White House says Bush can't rein in gas prices
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 8, 2001)

Bush orders energy conservation
(Topeka Capital-Journal, May 4, 2001)

April 2001

California energy production woes considered
(Dodge City Daily Globe, April 28, 2001)

As energy concerns rise, nuclear power looks better
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 26, 2001)

Exxon Profits Jump
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 24, 2001)

Three injured in New Mexico oil rig fire
(Dodge City Daily Globe, April 13, 2001)

New efficiency standards approved
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 13, 2001)

David Broder: Upstream in Oregon, even the salmon are left high and dry
(Topeka Capital-Journal, April 12, 2001)


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