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Saturday, June 18, 2011

KD alert

I'll be out of here by 6:30, and I imagine I'll be paddling by 7:30. The one-man wrecking crew--Kayak Dude--is on his way.

Times Leader: Protest targets drillers’ sponsorship


WILKES-BARRE – An area man who opposes natural gas drilling is planning a protest of the Wyoming Valley RiverFest activities today after learning that two gas companies are among the sponsors of the event.

Citizens’ Voice: Kayaker plans protest after natural gas drillers sponsor river event


As the river sojourners paddle kayaks and canoes from Harding to Wilkes-Barre today, they should be getting an eyeful from a Susquehanna River advocate opposed to the fact that natural gas companies are sponsoring this year's .


"Susquehanna River Sentinel" blogger Don Williams is organizing a demonstration at the Pierce Street Bridge from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. He has a permit from the Wilkes-Barre police department for the signs he'll be displaying and has arranged for supporters to back him up in getting across his message: he doesn't think it's appropriate for Chesapeake Energy Corp. and the Williams Cos. to be involved in an event celebrating the river. He

I'll see some of you out there on the river.

Later

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