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Duluth News TribuneJust down the road from the offices of the Twin Metals copper mining company, a group of Ely business people are about to open a new "action center" on the city's main street aimed at persuading those who drop in to take action against copper mining....
LONGWOOD — Tired from paddling her kayak on the St. Johns River, the Alligator Princess set up camp in a clearing near Cape Canaveral. During the night, she heard rumbling outside her tent. Looking out, her knife nearby, she saw a herd of cattle....
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Fort Worth Star-TelegramLike countless North Texas Girl Scouts before her, Brenna Kaplan cherishes her summertime memories of archery, swimming, canoeing and singing and eating s'mores around the fire with new friends at Camp Timberlake. On Saturday, Brenna, 11, was among...
MOUNT DORA — Mount Dora will kick off the Earth Day celebrations in Lake on Saturday followed by Clermont's Got Kids? Festival and the Sidewalk Chalk art contest April 27. On the actual Earth Day, Monday, the League of Women Voters Tri-County area...
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The dogwood trees are beginning to bloom, the air is warm and free of humidity, and residents everywhere are breaking out their long-dormant shorts and sandals. It’s spring and the start of picnic season. From state and county parks to...
Staff WriterCalifornia’s much-maligned and much-loved Salton Sea offered local elected officials an opportunity to experience what could be lost if the Salton Sea is not restored, when Assemblymen Ben Hueso and V. Manuel Pérez paddled out on kayaks on a sunny...
The Village at Crystal Springs is an oasis. This bucolic retreat for active adults over 55 is comprised of 106 acres tucked into the Tolland countryside. Here, flora and fauna have elbow room; humans occupy less than a third of the acreage. When...
They're the questions that vex leisure travelers across regions, languages, origins and destinations: When will I find the best fare? Should I buy that plane ticket now or wait? Websites are increasingly responding to these universal questions with...
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Staff WriterWALLOON LAKE -- Emmet County is looking to bolster its growing parks network with a 72-acre centennial farm on Walloon Lake in Resort Township. The private property, located at 2670 Townsend Road, is listed at $1.2 million and has more than 1,750 feet of...
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org / Follow Chris on FacebookSpringfield, Mo; The Ozark Mountain Paddlers are celebrating 30 years together as an organization that aims to get people out on the water and enjoy some of the streams and rivers the Ozarks has to offer. They met at the Joe Crighton Access in Greene...
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Indoor archery Mondays, Thursdays in February, March: Vingt Neuf Bowmen, 8735 Honeygo Blvd., Perry Hall, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. $5 registration. Shoot 20 yards inside heated Maryland State Game and Fish Protective Association hall. No crossbows. Information:...
Breakfast buffet Just Imagine Miracles Relay For Life team Breakfast Buffet Fundraiser from 8 to 11:30 a.m. March 16 at the Springs Mennonite Church. Donation basis. Proceeds benefit American Cancer Society. Menu: Pancakes, waffles, eggs, potatoes, ham,...
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