Marston, Betsy
December 2008
High Country News;12/22/2008, Vol. 40 Issue 23, p31
The article offers news briefs related to automobile industry in the U.S. Dean Anderson, researcher at the Department of Agriculture, has invented a device "Ear-A-Round" for high-technology method of herding cattle with the use of global positioning system (GPS). Stillwater platinum and palladium mine has laid off over 526 employees due to economic recessions. In Vail, Colorado, Founders Garage has offered for $5000,000 for its parking space on its heated indoor with greater money spent.


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