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  • Seneca Rocks is a West Virginia landmark with rich climbing history

    Seneca Rocks is a West Virginia landmark with rich climbing history
    SENECA ROCKS, W.Va. - It is hard to miss Seneca Rocks. It is a giant slab of bare white sandstone with sheer cliffs, towering 900 feet above the surrounding valley in the Allegheny Mountains in West Virginia's eastern panhandle. It is one of the most...
  • Missing hiker found in Olympic National Park; Mountlake Terrace man in good condition

    Missing hiker found in Olympic National Park; Mountlake Terrace man in good condition
    Rangers in Olympic National Park have found a man who went missing during a solo hike that began Friday, Aug. 24. Tim Bailey, 32, was found at about 3:30 pm. near Lake Crescent. "He was hoisted from a drainage of the North Fork of the Sol Duc River in...
  • N.Y.'s past comes to life

    N.Y.'s past comes to life
    The past is another country, or so goes the saying. In this wonderful and entertaining guide to what once was, author James Roman captures the heart and soul of an older New York. Museyon, the New York-based independent publisher, is known for its...
  • Two Idaho Fish and Game biologists and pilot die in helicopter crash

     
    Two Idaho Fish and Game biologists and a pilot were killed when the helicopter they were aboard crashed early Tuesday morning. This is the first fatal aircraft accident involving an Idaho Fish and Game biologist in almost a decade. Those......
  • Yellowstone grizzly population is at its highest in decades

     
    BOZEMAN, Mont. — Grizzly bear numbers in and around Yellowstone National Park have hit their highest level in decades, driving increased conflicts with humans as some bears push out of deep wilderness and into populated areas. Scientists from a multi-...
  • Whiting Award winners announced

     
    At a ceremony in New York on Wednesday night, the Whiting Award winners were announced. Because the awards go to writers in the early stages of their careers, the winners' names may not be familiar -- not yet, perhaps. Previous......
  • Local currencies popping up across the country

     
    View The tiny town of North Fork, 45 miles north of Fresno, is creating its own local currency to try to keep money in the community, as the L.A. Times reported Saturday. But it's not the only community trying to......
  • Hiker found safe in Sierra National Forest

     
    Missing hiker: A Southern California woman who went missing in the Sierra National Forest was found safe Friday, authorities said....
  • James Beard awards includes one Florida chef nominee

     
    Hedy Goldsmith of Michael’s Genuine Food & Drink in Miami has been nominated for Outstanding Pastry Chef in the prestigious 2012 James Beard Foundation awards, the nation’s most prestigious recognition program honoring professionals in the...
  • Jerry Brown faces major decision on tribal casino expansion

     
    Gov. Jerry Brown must make a decision by the end of this month that could have wide-ranging implications for the future of tribal casinos in California. Brown has until Aug. 31 to decide whether to let two state Indian tribes......
  • Jensen Beach a water sports paradise

    Jensen Beach a water sports paradise
    The toughest decision facing those who come here to enjoy the water is where to go and what to do first. Anglers can fish for snook, sea trout, redfish and tarpon in the Indian River or in the St. Lucie River or they can fish for kingfish, cobia,...