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California farmers strike a deal to cut water use
California farmers who hold some of the state's strongest water rights avoided the threat of deep mandatory cuts when the state accepted their proposal Friday to voluntarily reduce consumption by 25...
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Things to do in and around Greenwich
For the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the Record. To have your event included, submit a description, date, time, price and contact information. Photos are welcome....
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'EnCYCLEpedia' guide details the best bike rides ...
Richard Fox had three criteria in selecting the “best easy scenic bike rides” for his Southern California guidebook, “EnCYCLEpedia.” The scenery had to be beautiful, the trails mostly flat, the...
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Huntington Beach Pier
Water fun in the Baltimore area with no pool memb...
You and your family love the water, but maybe you’re not quite ready to plunge into a pool membership. Don’t sweat it. From county and state parks to lakes, splash pads and water parks, there are...
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Alaskans speak out on halibut bycatch
Alaskans speak out on halibut bycatch Nowhere in the world do people have as much opportunity to speak their minds to fish policy makers as they do in Alaska. As decision day approaches, a...
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North Pacific Fishery Management Council
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Idyll of Golden Valley threatened by plans to bui...
But proposals to build two giant broiler-chicken sheds on a farm in the rural parish of Dorstone have raised fears that the valley could soon become dotted with industrial-sized bird factories. These...
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National Farmers Union
Naturalists ready to cap inaugural program
The first two learning modules of the Ontario master naturalist program, a new learning experience formed in a partnership with Lakehead University in Orillia and Ontario Nature, are now completed....
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Ministry of Natural Resources
BBL will go through eye of the needle in Senate
The Bangsamoro Basic Law may have hurdled the House ad hoc committee under a cloud of suspicion some lawmakers were bribed by the Palace but it will go through the eye of the needle in the...
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Miriam Defensor Santiago
PREP BOYS TRACK: Cavaliers win third straight sec...
STAUNTON – The Carlinville Cavaliers extended their run of Class 1A sectional boys track championships to three in a row on Thursday night. The Cavaliers won five events and will send seven entries...
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Heartland road projects for 5/23
Butler County, MO Route WW will be reduced to one lane while contractor crews perform asphalt resurfacing. This section of road is located between Route 53 and the railroad crossing. Weather...
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Two years ago San Antonio saw one of its worst fl...
A flood-monitoring software package developed and used in Europe has been installed in San Antonio to help emergency responders plan for and react to life-threatening storms. Here are images of San...
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Jenkins vs. Gibson was always a treat to watch
It’s not even June, but the Giants’ Madison Bumgarner and the Dodgers’ Clayton Kershaw faced off for the third time already on Thursday at AT&T Park. The Giants won for the third time, as Bumgarner...
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Dino-mite! Inside Animal Planet's Partnership Wit...
Animal Planet isn't the first network one would think of for a big movie partnership, but the Discovery Communications channel has teamed up with a potential summer blockbuster: Jurassic World. The...
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The Last Patrol
Also see: Related Web Feature: "Farmer or Taliban?" Brian Mockenhaupt witnesses a surreal interaction between sniper and victim. (Also features on-location footage filmed by the author.) July 11,...
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On the Trails: Cruisin' to Berners Bay
Every year, the Juneau Audubon Society offers several spring cruises to Berners Bay, not far north of town. There is always a hope that the cruise might happen to arrive in the bay during the time...
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Blockbuster Summer: Memorial weekend kicks off ja...
Spring and summer 2015 are off to a busy start.. With the annual Music & Blossom Festival three weeks ago, and the second annual Create Cañon City Balloon Classic this weekend, these events are just...
Read more at Canon City Daily Record
Weekend Walk: Richmond To Twickenham Along The Th...
Continuing our series of ambles around Greater London. This week, we take a very gentle stroll along one of the most intriguing stretches of the Thames, with weird statuary, secret gardens and two...
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Long weekend ripe for getting outdoors
Memorial Day weekend often marks the year's first tease of the summer to come for outdoor enthusiasts, families and kids eagerly eyeballing the end of the school year. Finding a place that isn't...
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Washington State Department
This Aging Oil Pipeline Is In Great Lakes' 'Worst...
Environmental activists say Michigan’s tourism slogan -- “Pure Michigan” -- may no longer be accurate unless the state takes stronger action to prevent a 62-year-old oil pipeline from rupturing in a...
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A Most Violent Year
... businessman Abel (Oscar Isaacs), who is determined to remain within the bounds of the law, and his wife Anna (Jessica Chastain, left). A MOST VIOLENT YEAR DIRECTOR: JC Chandler CAST:...
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