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  • Will Radcliff dies at 74; entrepreneur who produced Slush Puppie frozen drinks

    Will Radcliff, 74, who built a multimillion-dollar global business from flavored, icy Slush Puppie drinks, died Thursday in Cincinnati of complications from a recent fall, his family said. Radcliff was a natural salesman who once peddled vacuum cleaners...
  • Journalists slam Forest Service over wilderness permits

    When Idaho Public Television proposed shooting a documentary this year about the Wilderness Act, the Forest Service ordered its journalists to get permits. Never mind that the nonprofit state-owned news outlet had filmed in wilderness for 32 years....
  • Amendment One a no-brainer for Florida

     Amendment One a no-brainer for Florida
    Come Election Day, voting "Yes on One" is a no-brainer. Passing Amendment One raises nobody's taxes. Nor does it raise any tax rate. This proposed "Water and Land Conservation" amendment to Florida's Constitution simply directs the Legislature to...
  • ­­­Top five reasons to ski Colorado

    ­­­Top five reasons to ski Colorado
    Stewart Ward, a former employee of Blue River Sports in Breckenridge and an avid skier, spends a lot of time in the Colorado mountains. Although Utah has great snow, he said, Colorado has a lot to recommend it. 1. Great German ski towns, like...
  • Rotary Club Donation Helps Restoration Of Canton Grange Hall

    Rotary Club Donation Helps Restoration Of Canton Grange Hall
    CANTON — The town's effort to fix up the old Cherry Brook Grange hall with donations and in-kind-services has received a boost from the Rotary Club of Avon-Canton, which is giving $5,000 for the project. The club announced the donation on Tuesday...
  • Destroying lives over ancient relics

    Destroying lives over ancient relics
    To the editor: The federal government managed to wreck the lives of upstanding Blanding, Utah, physician Dr. James Redd, the main family doctor in his county, and the informant Ted Gardiner, who spied on Redd's family. Both ended up killing themselves. ("...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Talcott Ravine History & Geology Walk Planned

    The public is invited to a free walk on Saturday, Sept. 27 at 1 p.m. beginning in the historic Talcottville section of Vernon. Meet in the parking lot at the Talcottville Congregational Church, 10 Elm Hill Road, Vernon, for a three-mile hike to see...
  • Florida colleges promote online service to boost voting

    More than a million Florida college students are being encouraged to join the ranks of voters this fall using an Internet service called TurboVote, a "one-stop shop" for registration and information on how and where to cast ballots. Thirty-nine colleges...
  • READER SUBMITTED: New Page For Walk Book

    The Becker Conservation Area map has been added to the Conserving Tolland Walk Book available for sale at the First Niagara Bank on Route 195. The map for the newly opened Becker property is also available as a single page which can be added to existing...
  • Five face federal charges over ride through protected Utah canyon

    SALT LAKE CITY (Reuters) - Federal prosecutors in Utah filed criminal charges on Wednesday against five men who allegedly organized and led an all-terrain vehicle protest ride into a red-rock desert canyon closed to motorized use by federal land managers....
  • Canton Land Trust Holds Fundraiser At Flatbread Pizza

    CANTON — The Canton Land Conservation Trust has announced that it will hold a fundraiser on Oct. 7 at Flatbread Pizza. Starting at 5:30 p.m. that day Flatbread Pizza will donate a portion of its proceeds to the land trust to help its efforts...