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  • Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area

    Events planned around the Lehigh Valley area
    LEHIGH COUNTY LEHIGH COUNTY CHIEFS OF POLICE ASSOCIATION will host a Citizens Police Academy, 6-9 p.m., weekly, Sept. 9 to Nov. 25, at Lehigh Carbon Technical Institute, 4500 Education Park Drive, Schnecksville. Topics include fingerprinting, firearms...
  • Outdoors notebook

    Fishing meeting: The Hollywood Hills Saltwater Fishing Science and Social Club meets at 7 p.m. Sept. 3 at Shenanigans East Side Pub, 1300 S. Federal Hwy., Dania Beach. Professor Arthur Mariano will present "The Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: What have we...
  • University program aims to diversify conservation workforce

    SEATTLE Growing up in Chicago, Jesse Okwu's closest connection to nature was watching environmental documentaries on public television. So when he came to Washington for an eight-week summer program on conservation issues, and visited the state's national...
  • Soak up Washington history and salty scenery on a hike at Ebey's Landing

    Soak up Washington history and salty scenery on a hike at Ebey's Landing
    COUPEVILLE, Whidbey Island, Wash. - On the beach at Ebey's Landing, gray bones of driftwood that have washed up from who-knows-where have been cobbled into elaborate beach shelters to be used for who-knows-what. Just knowing someone spent time...
  • West Virginia's North Fork Mountain is iconic, dry and home to rare plants and long views

    West Virginia's North Fork Mountain is iconic, dry and home to rare plants and long views
    JUDY GAP, W.Va. - North Fork Mountain is special. It ranks right up there with other iconic West Virginia landmarks: Blackwater Falls, Dolly Sods, New River Gorge and Gauley River. Peregrine falcons nest here and hikers can look down on vultures and...
  • Chuckanut Bay is a kayaker's lazy dream

    BELLINGHAM, Wash. I'm a reformed East Coast tailgater, though still an impatient driver at heart. I don't go at what you would call "Driving Miss Daisy" speed. But Chuckanut Drive? It can slow me down like no speed bump or speed-limit sign can. Those...
  • On Santa Cruz Island, rising seas present archaeological emergency

    On Santa Cruz Island, rising seas present archaeological emergency
    Archaeologist Torben Rick watched with frustration as pounding surf clawed at one of North America's oldest homesteads, a massive heap of village foundations, cutting tools, beads and kitchen discards left behind over the last 13,000 years. Here,...
  • Gov. Brown on water bond compromise: 'We're very close'

    Warning that there is only a narrow window of opportunity to act on water, Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he and lawmakers were "very close" to a deal on a new water bond. The governor touted his latest proposal, rolled out Monday as "a very...
  • Scientists exploring offshore canyons for Atlantic deep-sea corals

    Scientists exploring offshore canyons for Atlantic deep-sea corals
    Seventy miles off Ocean City, scientists aboard the federal research vessel Henry B. Bigelow are exploring a lush underwater landscape that until recently few would have imagined — colorful corals clinging to the rocky slopes of deep-sea canyons....
  • Los Angeles Times Media Group Appoints Austin Beutner as Publisher & CEO

      Entrepreneur, Philanthropist and Public Servant to Report to Jack Griffin, CEO of Tribune Publishing Company Beutner Succeeds Eddy W. Hartenstein, Recently Named as Non-Executive Chairman of Tribune Publishing Company Board of Directors LOS...
  • California lawmakers considering historic shift in groundwater policy

    California lawmakers considering historic shift in groundwater policy
    As California continues to endure a calamitous lack of water from the sky, the state could, for the first time, start to regulate water drawn from the ground. Groundwater regulation has been politically poisonous since the state's founding. But...