Winds of a Revival

Colleges Sharing Their Green Energy Initiatives
(This Article also appeared in the Nov.1, 2010 issue of Community College Week)

By Paul Bradley
Editor
Community College Week 

Time was that the small town of Tucumcari, N.M., thrived as a rowdy railroad camp, crowded with saloons and populated by armed outlaws and showgirls, only to fall on hard times as the rails moved westward.

The hardscrabble town rose again as new businesses cropped up along U. S. Route 66, the “Mother Road” which ran from Chicago to Los Angeles and provided a pathway for the migrants who headed west, especially during the Dust Bowl of the 1930s… READ MORE

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