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  • 'Do Not Sell at Any Price's' hunters stalk rare 78 rpm records

    'Do Not Sell at Any Price's' hunters stalk rare 78 rpm records
    Midway through her thoughtful, entertaining history of obsessed music collectors and their quest for rare early 78 rpm records, writer Amanda Petrusich has a revelation. Focusing on one particular seeker and his knack for finding obscure titles others...
  • Hunter indicted in huge Rim fire near Yosemite

    Hunter indicted in huge Rim fire near Yosemite
    A federal grand jury Thursday indicted a 32-year-old bow hunter suspected of starting the campfire that sparked last year's Rim fire, the third-largest blaze in recorded state history, which scorched more than 250,000 acres in and around Yosemite National...
  • Home-garden events: Workshops offer tips for gardeners, hunters and kids

    Turf event Saturday features trade show Learn about the differences between organic fertilizers and synthetic fertilizers during the Virginia Cooperative Extension's Super Turf Saturday on Aug. 16. Topics for the day include soil composition, lawn...
  • Friday: Should hunters be allowed to use silencers?

    Friday: Should hunters be allowed to use silencers?
          I can understand hunters wanting to use silencers when they go after deer, turkey and other animals in Florida. I really can. I mean, poor hunters need more of an advantage, don’t they? Right now, all they have are high-powered rifles,...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 10 Walk with purpose The 2014 Howard County Pancreatic Cancer walk begins at 9 a.m. at Centennial Park, 10000 Route 108 in Ellicott City. Registration opens at 8 a.m. Walk-in registration fee is $60. Sunday concert The Columbia Concert Band...
  • Dennis Anderson: Former Louisiana agent made world (and bayou) better place

    Dave Hall spent most of his life protecting ducks and other wildlife in the bayou. Dave Hall rarely strapped on a sidearm. He had one but usually left it in his car. He did carry a badge, however, designating him as an agent of the federal government,...
  • Brothers get their elk in hunt of a lifetime

    Sometimes, they hunted from blinds. Sometimes, they hunkered down in tall grass, waiting for the perfect elk. This is a story of generosity, long odds, patience and insane luck. Every year, about 40,000 hunters in Michigan apply for an elk license,...
  • Read & Write: More local authors on favorite kids book characters

    Read & Write: More local authors on favorite kids book characters
    Chicago-area authors continue to tell us about their favorite characters from childhood books as a preview to this year's Children's Read & Write Program, which invites children to submit book reviews for possible publication. Here's what they said....
  • Farmer's roots date to 1873, but he tends to a modern vision

    WINDOM, Minn. Though raised on the farm where he lives today, amid thousands of acres of corn and soybeans, Tony Thompson is anything but a homebody. � Educated over many winters at Montana State University, where he earned an agronomy degree,...
  • Dennis Anderson: Where do deer hunters go from here?

    Front and center last week when the Department of Natural Resources announced a significant paring back of the deer hunting season this fall was the realization that the agency has ever-fewer cards to play in its attempt to attract and retain hunters....
  • Northern California man fined for poaching, skinning 60 bobcats, foxes

    Northern California man fined for poaching, skinning 60 bobcats, foxes
    A Northern California man has pleaded guilty to illegally poaching 60 bobcats and gray foxes for their pelts, snaring them in traps he set over 900 square miles in two counties, officials said. Tracy Lee Shultz of Courtland, south of Sacramento, was...