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  • Fish and Game Q&A: Can I use fish carcasses to bait my crab traps?

     
    In support of the California Department of Fish and Game and its effort to keep hunters and anglers informed, Outposts, on Thursday afternoon or Friday, posts marine biologist Carrie Wilson's weekly Q&A column: Question: I belong to a popular fishing........
  • Eco-Tourism opportunities abound in St. Lucie County

     
    In this Sunday's Orlando Sentinel, you can read my first-hand experience on an Eco-Tour of the Everglades. The tour that I took, Southwest Florida EcoTours out of Naples, is only one of many, many opportunities to incorporate nature in your vacation...
  • 'Vicious' Pack Of Beagles Allegedly Terrorizing Neighborhood, Not So Vicious

    'Vicious' Pack Of Beagles Allegedly Terrorizing Neighborhood, Not So Vicious
    Those so-called attack beagles that were allegedly terrorizing the East End of Long Island, have been rounded up and are safely behind bars. However, it appears the precious pups are far from the vicious hounds as initially believed. A few weeks ago, a...
  • Flood Advisory Issued In Parts Of Snohomish County

    The National Weather Service issued a Flood Advisory for Snohomish County shortly after 5 p.m. Thursday evening, . Additional rainfall of up to 2 inches is possible and may cause urban and small stream flooding. 3 to 4 inches of rain has already fallen...
  • Flooded Rivers Begin To Recede

    Dozens of roads are flooded and have been shut down by the king county department of transportation. Many of those are in the Fall City, Snoqualmie, and Carnation areas. DOT crews say once rainfall diminishes and the floodwaters recede, it could take...
  • Some Roads Still Closed Due To Flooding

         The hard rain may have stopped, but high waters still stand in some areas.     A few roads are still closed due to flooding.      Two are in Carnation: a stretch of Northeast 100th, and Northeast 80th Sreet.      Northeast 50th in Carnation is...
  • King County Roads Still Bad

    The King County Road Services Division cautions motorists to prepare for snow, ice, and slick roads as they head out for Monday morning's commute. Road crews are continuing to clear snow from roadways across unincorporated King County, focusing on main...
  • Guardian Angels Hitting Streets of Local Town to Combat Race Issues

    PATCHOGUE, NEW YORK - There's a new force patrolling the streets of Patchogue: the Guardian Angels. The Angels are spreading out into neighborhoods and on Main Street during night time hours. Their main mission is to add a level of protection for...
  • Missouri fishing report

    The report does not necessarily reflect current floating conditions; for current Missouri reservoir or river levels, click here for rivers and click here for reservoirs. For more information about the fishing opportunities in these and other Missouri...
  • LI Friends Team Up To Create Their Own Beer

    LI Friends Team Up To Create Their Own Beer
    Imagine cutting back your day job to work on what you really like. That's what friends Donovan Hall, Mike Voigt, and Uri Janssen are doing and it couldn't taste any better. "It's just a passion of mine. I prefer to make beer than do anything else,"...
  • Finding the nuggets in Gold Country

    Most great drives are about cruising the open road with the wind in your hair and scenery so stunning that you don't bother with a camera because you know the view will live forever in your memory. California Highway 49 is not one of those drives. Sure,...