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2015/07/05 03:03
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A national survey puts New York and nearby Pennsylvania outdoors options near the top of listings for “outdoorsy” activities for state residents and visitors. A recently released Retale Survey ranked...
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2015/07/04 13:44
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... the company after warning that its longwall mining was causing serious damage. Chris Jonkers and Julie Favell from the Lithgow Environment Group explore the Carne West swamp. Photo: Wolter...
2015/07/04 08:10
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National Weather Service offers training in Craig The National Weather Service will offer free storm spotter training from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. July 21 in the conference room at the Moffat County...
2015/07/03 18:53
2015/07/03 18:53
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Workers have been rushing to ready flood-damaged Kansas parks for a surge of Fourth of July visitors. With above-average precipitation in April, May and June, water in some state...
2015/07/03 14:31
2015/07/03 14:31
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Jaime Diamond, owner of the Coral Sea and Stardust Sportfishing in Santa Barbara. Jamie Diamond is thrilled that the region’s fishing ban has been lifted but her sportfishing business is still...
2015/07/03 09:30
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By Kedidimetse Van Der Westhuizen Bokspits — Residents of Bokspits, Rappelspan, Vaalhoek and Struizendam (BORAVAST) have been enlightened on the importance of using geographic information system...
2015/07/03 07:30
2015/07/03 07:30
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Arusha — Establishment of 17 new Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) is in the offing, according to Natural Resources and Tourism Minister, Mr Lazaro Nyalandu. He told a two-day forum for government,...
2015/07/03 05:46
2015/07/03 05:46
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... named Phantom, was stuck in the bathtub for about 25 minutes. Her owner saw the horse fall and called the fire department. Phantom, a Palomino/Appaloosa mix, was not injured. (AP Photo/Metro...
2015/07/02 13:53
2015/07/02 13:53
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... S.W. 6th from just west of S.W. Fairlawn to S.W. Wanamaker — is set to begin Monday, and despite inconvenience, some businesses in the area are ready for a better roadway. The first...
2015/07/02 09:11
2015/07/02 09:11
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After years of debate, lawsuits and planning, the Mike Horse Dam is coming down—and this time it won't kill all the fish in the Blackfoot River. For the past month, 14 haul trucks have repeatedly...
2015/07/01 08:09
2015/07/01 08:09
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The Craig Daily Press will host its monthly Coffee and a Newspaper at 7 a.m. July 8 at The Memorial Hospital. July’s topic of discussion will surround Moffat County’s economy in light of the Colowyo...
2015/07/01 01:39
2015/07/01 01:39
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... the day before. After subtracting the cost of fuel, one captain had $75 to split with his deckhand. "Seventy-five dollars is nothing," said Capt. Jose Luis Cruz. "There's no shrimp. The...
2015/06/30 15:57
2015/06/30 15:57
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Stand on the cliffs overlooking the wild beauty of the Columbia River, viewed by many as one of the most significant environmental forces in the Pacific Northwest, and you’ll get a glimpse of why its...
2015/06/30 13:03
2015/06/30 13:03
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... because efforts are failing on the ground, writes Pearlie Joubert Almost half a billion rand in donor funds pumped into the Kruger National Park has done little to slow the slaughter of its...
2015/06/30 11:30
2015/06/30 11:30
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Kasane — Vultures, the natural cleaners of the environment, are dying at an alarming rate and immediate action is needed to remedy the situation. Bird Life Botswana official, Mr Motshereganyi...
2015/06/30 08:05
2015/06/30 08:05
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IF you really want to get away from it all, remote places to visit and stay in WA’s Kimberley region are perfect for a caravan and camping holiday. MITCHELL RIVER NATIONAL PARK The park contains...
2015/06/29 23:15
2015/06/29 23:15
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Ivory carving has been practiced in Thailand for a long time, but conservation measures are slowly killing the trade. (Photo courtesy World Wildlife Federation (WWF), Creative Commons...
2015/06/29 19:30
2015/06/29 19:30
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... fallen heroes. But her legacy lives on: All of her extraordinary litter were rescued, hand-reared and returned to the colony to carve out new lives of their own. They are Australia’s...
2015/06/29 17:00
2015/06/29 17:00
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REPORTER FILE PHOTO | An aerial view of Plum Island. A new Senate bill would prevent Plum Island from being sold to the highest bidder and pave the way for ownership of the mostly undeveloped parcel...
2015/06/29 12:34
2015/06/29 12:34
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THERE’S a life-and-death struggle going on, and not enough of us know about it. It involves strong characters, mysterious villains, cuddly critters and forensic investigation. But this is no movie...
2015/07/05 03:03
2015/07/05 03:03
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