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Anita Gibson said on Friday that the Walter Palmer she knows is a “kind and gracious” person and a doting father. Her daughter often played with Palmer’s daughter when both were students at Eden Lake...
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2015/08/01 07:45
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Supervisors deal with a number of items quickly The Plumas County Board of Supervisors dealt with a host of items July 21, approving many agenda requests with little or no discussion. Although the...
2015/08/01 03:53
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Northern Idaho judge affirms wolf center suspension SANDPOINT, Idaho (AP) — A northern Idaho judge has affirmed an Idaho agency's one-year license suspension of a Cocolalla-based wolf exhibition...
2015/08/01 02:48
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The Tahoe Keys Property Owners Association will host an independent expert panel and public workshop on Aug. 11 to discuss plans to fight aquatic invasive weeds. TKPOA has developed an integrated...
2015/08/01 00:38
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A local woman whose horse was attacked wants to warn people that a cougar may be on the loose near Hubbard. Halle Vanderhoof’s 16-year-old mare named Maggie was doing better Friday, but Thursday, her...
2015/07/31 20:51
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The Sitka District Ranger, under authority delegated by the Federal Subsistence Board, is taking action to close Blue Lake, Medvejie Lake and the southern half of the Katlian River watersheds to the...
2015/07/31 20:22
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BODEGA BAY -- The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office has responded to a shooting near the Diekmann's Bay store in Bodega Bay. The shooting occurred around 9:15 a.m., according to Mark Williams, a store...
2015/07/31 18:27
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A lone Eurasian collared dove was spotted in King Salmon on July 14, marking the westernmost confirmed sighting of the invasive dove in the United States. Matthew McFarland, co-owner of the Antlers...
2015/07/31 17:27
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August 3, 2000 By Pamela J. Nelle Bristol Bay Times This year's Board of Fisheries regulatory meeting will not be held in Dillingham in November as originally planned. Due to budget constraints,...
2015/07/31 17:27
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Herring fishing wrapped up last week, after the whales got out of the way, and the weather cleared in the Dutch Harbor Food and Bait fishery, which opened July 15 and closed July 21 according to...
2015/07/31 14:51
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An in-the-works Discovery Southeast survey of organized outdoor recreational activities for Juneau youth shows gaps, especially for kids above elementary school age. The disappearance of SAGA,...
2015/07/31 13:45
2015/07/31 13:45
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Feather Trash and debris covers the forest floor near a marijuana garden campsite. ublishing Local law-enforcement teams made two more raids on large marijuana fields in Plumas County two weeks...
2015/07/31 07:58
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To hear local medical marijuana advocates tell it, they are martyrs and misunderstood victims of misplaced drought-shaming. But there’s nothing misplaced about what the Sacramento County Board of...
2015/07/31 07:37
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Pets available in Red Bluff The Tehama County Animal Care Center will host a dog and cat adoption Friday and Saturday at 1830 Walnut St. in Red Bluff. The center’s adoption hours are 10 a.m. to noon...
2015/07/31 06:43
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A number of fishermen are wondering why the aquatic weeds on Clear Lake are starting to disappear so early. Whereas a few weeks ago the weeds extended all along the shoreline and all the way out to...
2015/07/31 04:53
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Dungeness crab is one of Oregon�s most prized culinary creatures. Learn how to catch your own at one of two crabbing workshops sponsored by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife on Aug. 8 and...
2015/07/31 04:12
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By Laurelle Walsh The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) invites community members to participate in a survey of noxious weeds on WDFW wildlife areas affected by the Carlton Complex...
2015/07/31 02:46
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UNITED STATES ATTORNEY'S OFFICE NEWS RELEASE -- Michael C. Ormsby, United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Washington, announced that Willard Phillip Maldonado and Austin Henry Phillips...
2015/07/31 01:46
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Spotting a moose early, slowing down and passing it safely is the best case scenario for drivers who come across the animals on the Kenai Peninsula’s highways. All too often, members of the Alaska...
2015/07/31 00:19
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Young salmon called "smolts" are loaded into a floating net suspended on a barge at Mare Island, Calif. (Rich Pedroncelli/AP) As a drought tightens its grip on the Pacific Northwest, burning away...
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