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Fewer small businesses are opening in SF The pandemic is only part of the problem

Erik Anderson’s love for craft beer and his years in the restaurant and bar business have driven him to take risks during the pandemic. He opened his own bar and restaurant, Barley, on Polk Street near the edge of the Tenderloin in early 2021. He knew the risks of opening during a pandemic, taking out […]

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Bibens, Douglas C. 1956-2022 Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida | Obituary

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. – Douglas Calvin Bibens, 65, husband of Sarah Woody Bibens and father of Emily Chung, Raleigh, North Carolina, and Katie Marrett, Fort Myers Beach, Fla., and Missoula, Montana, completed his trip on Earth on February 7, 2022, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida. The cause of death was pancreatic cancer, diagnosed at […]

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Sport Fly Fishing Tackle Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- The quantitative data presented in this Sport Fly Fishing Tackle Market The report helps forecast future profits, revenue, and market presence. Statistics are used to generate this type of data. The qualitative data presented here is extremely useful for key stakeholders to better understand how buyers perceive their brand. Important market […]

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The world’s most inspiring tours for intrepid travelers

The most unusual hidden wonders of the world await intrepid travellers. Dark Atlas Traveling to the most exotic places in the world can be a very rewarding experience filled with excitement, education and adventure. Guided tours can greatly add to any trip by taking visitors to must-see sites in the area, as knowledgeable tour guides […]

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The Untold Truth of Jimmy Kimmel

While not something often associated with hot comedians, Jimmy Kimmel is a devout Catholic who has been very outspoken about his religious upbringing and beliefs. Growing up, Kimmel was an altar boy in his hometown of Las Vegas and a long-time advocate for the benefits of the Catholic Church. In 2017, Republican Senate hopeful Roy […]

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Meetings, Events | Lifestyles | siouxcityjournal.com

Meetings and Events The monthly meeting of the Carmelite Council will be at 8 a.m. on Monday, February 7 in the parish hall of the Epiphany Cathedral. Top O’Morning Toastmasters Club, Mondays, from noon to 1 p.m. Contact LeAnn Blankenburg, 712-870-1120, for meeting information. The Siouxland Ostomy Support Group, Find us on Facebook. For more […]

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The Beginning of the Season – Fish of the Week 04/02

The fishing calendar rolls with some traditional markers and it’s time to get some particular things out of storage. I will always try to cast when the water is not frozen and Scotland has fishing to offer every month but February/March/April is that start of the season where all sorts of things happen things and […]

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Fly fishing experience in full swing in local rivers and lakes – Campbell River Mirror

Those of us who started fishing for pike, perch and walleye in the prairie provinces used a spinning rod and reel and cast lures with treble hooks. In Saskatchewan we had a lake about an hour away and it usually rained, but that didn’t matter; it was fishing time. Since there were no local trout […]

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Why You Should Take a Trip to the South Fork Holston River at Buller Fish Culture Station

By Andrew Knight Photos by Andrew Knight Nestled at the far southwestern tip of Virginia, the South Fork of the Holston River is a magical place for trout anglers in search of brown and rainbow trout in a freestone river. While the South Fork of the Holston River is often overlooked by the more famous […]

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Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for January 27

Fly fishing Nymphing has been best on the Spokane River, but streamers will also draw a few strikes. Put your flies deep and keep them there, and if you’re streamer fishing, feed them slowly. Silver Bow Fly Shop recommends Stonefly Nymphs, Hot Beaded Nymphs (jigged or not), San Juans and Squirmies. Streamers can consist of […]

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No 10 in new fishing line as foreign trawlers dump tons of bass in the English Channel

Foreign trawlers are dumping fish in the Channel as the government refuses to take action to curb the practice. Footage obtained by The Telegraph shows a Dutch fly shooter who dumped thousands of fish last month by cutting a net. There are strict limits for bass due to their low numbers, but fly shooters accidentally […]

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Marjorie Lilienthal Obituary (2022) – Alexander Valley, CA

Marjorie H. Lilienthal Marjorie Huguet Lilienthal, wife and mother who settled her family in the Vallée d’Alexandre in 1986, died in mid-December. She was 89 years old. Marge grew up in Martinez, spending summers on her grandparents’ hop ranch in Ukiah, quiet days that involved family, a few household chores, and games outside. Or hide […]

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Alan Liere’s fishing-hunting report for January 20

Fly fishing With the weather in the Spokane area remaining relatively warm for the past two weeks, the Spokane River is still one of the few fly fishing destinations with a chance of success. Snowmelt and rain, however, can dirty the water below Latah Creek. Above that, sink your nymphs and steamers deep and hope […]

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A student from La Follette high school dies in a car accident | local education

A student from La Follette high school died in a car accident, the school principal wrote in an email to parents on Monday evening. Acting school principal Mathew Thompson described freshman Jeremiah Broomfield as an outgoing student with a “dynamic personality” who will be dearly missed. “Jeremiah had an amazing presence, he connected to a […]

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Fishing Line, January 12 | News

A week of good weather followed by a low pressure cell that set in on Thursday and clear skies over the weekend bodes well for excellent ice fishing forecasts for the week ahead. And with that, a continuation of what has been a sharp increase in ice activity – at both ends of the line […]

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Outdoor trails: Outdoor potential at the start of 2022

Content of the article I’m sure a lot of people are looking forward to the recent snows of outdoor sports. Indeed, soon trails will open and sledging, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing can also begin. But there’s a really big fly in the ointment this year. Content of the article So far, we have only marginal […]

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John Day Obituary (2022) – Berlin, CT

John Milton Day, 86, of Kensington, CT passed away peacefully on January 2, 2022. John was born in Brooklyn, NY on January 4, 1935, the only child of John Milton Day Sr. and Dorothy (Bridgham) Day. He grew up in Rhode Island and spent his summers on Cape Cod at his grandparents’ house. John attended […]

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Jay Southwick Obituary (2022) – Salt Lake City, UT

Jay dennis southwick 1944 – 2022 Jay Dennis Southwick, 77, died on January 2, 2022 at Alta View Hospital, surrounded by his family. He had fought the debilitating effects of Parkinson’s disease for 14 years. Jay grew up in Burbank, Calif., The beloved youngest child of Lavan and Mary Maybelle Southwick. From a young age […]

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Bill Monroe: the stars align for the 2022 salmon runs

Despite its Ground Hog Day feel, with the COVID variants and all, the New Year brings some Christmas cheer to Oregon’s outdoor outlook in 2022. Eric Schindler, project manager for the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife’s Oceanic Salmon Management Program, told me about a month ago that he was “cautiously optimistic” for 2022 salmon runs, […]

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Gallery: Our photos of the year 2021

A bull rider is frozen in midair as he is tossed about during a rodeo competition. A 9-year-old girl rolls up her sleeve to get her COVID-19 vaccine at a pop-up clinic at a McDonald’s restaurant. A cockapoo watches intently as its owner raises a 20 inch pike while ice fishing. The Skowhegan River Hawks […]

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Rhode Island DEM collects Christmas trees for riverine habitats

EXETER, RI – The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management collects Christmas trees to help protect the state’s riverine habitats. Donated trees will be used to slow erosion along the riverbanks and provide shelter for fish, turtles and other animals. Placing trees in strategic locations along a river’s edge narrows and slows the stream, trapping […]

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Sarah Barclay honored with the first Good Neighbor award from the Summit Association of Realtors

Sarah Barclay, real estate agent at Silfer Smith & Frampton, received the first Good Neighbor award from the Summit Association of Realtors in December 2021. The award recognizes an agent very involved in the community.Hal Williams / Slifer Smith & Frampton Sarah Barclay of Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate recently received the Good Neighbor […]

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One final round for retired Santa Fe fire chief | Local news

Chief Paul Babcock made his last trip in a fire truck on Thursday, but the trip of his life has been in the previous 32 years. Babcock retired after a tearful farewell from family, friends, city officials and fellow firefighters, who praised his commitment and professionalism after more than three decades with the service Santa […]

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Three-star Michelin restaurant brings hot dishes to Park City

SingleThread Farms at The Lodge at Blue Sky: one of the only three Michelin star restaurants in the United States … [+] is heading to the mountains of Utah for a 10-day pop-up meal this winter. John Troxell One of California’s top restaurant teams is moving to Utah next month for a red carpet-worthy culinary […]

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Doctor turns photos of homeless SF residents into huge street-facing exhibit

Walking home from work, Dr. Eduardo Peña Dolhun meets people living on the sidewalks along Polk Street and Broadway. He had done this walk hundreds of times before one evening, on a whim, he stopped in front of a man who was resting on the sidewalk and said, “Hello sir, I’m a community doctor, are […]

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Matthew Dickerson: Survival in the wild isn’t always the hardest test

MATTHEW DICKERSON “And so John the Baptist appeared in the desert… [wearing] clothes of camel hair, with a leather belt around the waist, and he ate locusts and wild honey. How’s that for the start of an exciting outdoor adventure? I guess you could call it a wilderness survival story. It’s also part of the […]

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Edwin Parish Obituary (1939 – 2021) – Resident of Danville, CA

Parish Edwin J.1939 – 2021Danville residentEdwin J. Parish was born October 16, 1939 in Walla Walla, Washington and moved with his family to California to college. From a young age, Ed was very enterprising, motivated and hardworking, inspiring many who crossed his path. While attending Los Gatos High School, he raised chickens and pigs and […]

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Distant destinations, back on paper

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and provides behind-the-scenes information on how our journalism comes together. If you thought the New York Times travel coverage was based on the tarmac during the pandemic, think again. With travel regulations changing from day to day – and sometimes hourly – the office has […]

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DR. EUGENE BLAIR TREE, 81

Dr Eugene Blair Shaffer, 81, passed away on Thursday, December 9, 2021 at Indiana Regional Medical Center. Son of Jason and Annabelle (Craig) Shaffer, he was born March 9, 1940 in Indiana, Pennsylvania. Eugene graduated from Marion Center High School, Class of 1958. He then attended Indiana University in Pennsylvania and graduated in 1962. After […]

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Frederick C. “Fred” Coughlin III, of Cumberland, dies at age 55

Thursday 09 December 2021 Ménard-Lacouture funeral homes and cremation service Enlarge + The grains of wood on a beautifully crafted piece of furniture will tell the story of the life of the tree from which it came. The same can certainly be said of the tremendous 55 years that were the cornerstone of Fred Coughlin’s […]

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View of Montana: Silver Lining in Treasure State – Montanans Help Montanans | Editorial

“If there is a silver lining to it,” said Fergus County Sheriff Rick Vaughn, “it’s seeing how the Montanais help the Montanais.” Sheriff Vaughn is absolutely right. “This” was the tragic fire that burned down 25 homes, six commercial buildings, and 18 garages and other side structures in the farming community of Denton, central Montana, […]

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Rock snot algae threaten Michigan’s precious freshwater trout streams

A mysterious algae with the potential to devastate Michigan’s waterways was first spotted on the Lower Peninsula last month, a worrying development for biologists trying to learn more about the causes of its voracious blooms . The Michigan Department of Natural Resources alerted the public to the algae sighting on Monday and warned anglers to […]

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“I saw a (Coast Guard) helicopter pass by but come back soon after; they brought it down to save me ‘

Returning to the hospital after undergoing a CT scan, 24-year-old Nitesh Kumar Vishwakarma is frail but eager to tell the story of his survival with which he is still coming to terms. From behind his oxygen mask, Vishwakarma recreated the hazy image of the early hours of Thursday. Heavy rain, water entering the barge he […]

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On this History Day – December 3 – Almanac

1/2 Midshipman Graduate Judith Cho (left) congratulates her classmate Michaela Connally after being sworn in at the 2016 graduation and commissioning ceremony at the US Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., May 27 2016. On December 3, 2015, Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter announced that all combat roles in the US military would be open to […]

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Herbert Mines recruits the first human resources director for Orvis

Rebecca Jones brings over 20 years of senior hospitality, beauty and retail experience to her new role at the family-owned outdoor retailer. Most recently, she was Director of Human Resources at the European Wax Center, where she led HR strategy, talent development, and diversity and inclusion initiatives. Let’s get into the research. December 1, 2021 […]

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The “Sisters on the Fly” caravan arrives at Tybee Island

TYBEE ISLAND, Ga. (WTOC) – If you spot an old motorhome repaired for vacation, you may have found a member of this group. Sisters on the Fly is the largest outdoor women’s group in the country and dozens of its members come to Tybee Island for a Christmas trailer tour. Tons of vintage trailers will […]

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What to be thankful for in Delaware

Thanksgiving is a time to reflect on the many things we need to be thankful for. Whatever your personal situation, you can be grateful that you live in the greatest nation this planet has ever known. We always elect our government with one person, one voice, and we always have the freedom to reach the […]

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Week in photos 19-26 November 2021

Evie Claude, left, and Elle Claude decorate the Alan Claude Gallery Christmas tree on Wednesday at Johnson Hall in downtown Gardiner. The red and white stripes on the tree are said to resemble the West Quoddy Lighthouse in Lubec. Joe Phelan / Journal Kennebec Torin Maguire, 3, second from right, leads his family to the […]

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Thousand Lakes muskellunge breaks state record

The temperature was 18 degrees Monday night when Nolan Sprengeler and a few friends broke the ice at a public access on Thousand Lakes to drop Sprengeler’s 621 Ranger into the big lake. Sprengeler, along with Ostego’s Kevin Kray and Zimmerman’s Zack Skoglund, had already checked three more launches before deciding their only bet was […]

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Learn Fly Fishing at Penberthy Pond | Sports

Outdoor Adventures of Texas A&M hosted a Fly Fishing Clinic on Sunday November 21 at Penberthy Pond. Instructor Bonnie Boggiano taught the Basic Skills course as part of A&M Rec Sports, one of four outdoor programs offered throughout November. The clinic included the basics of how to set up and use a fly fishing rod, […]

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On the fly: find your magic

A local brown trout. Kara Moore / Courtesy Photo Fly fishing serves different people in different ways. For many, going out on the river and immersing yourself in nature is all one needs, using the time as a meditation and landing a fish is just a bonus. Others are addicted to the tugboat and will […]

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Baracuta and Jaguar present the next classic guide

Fish and chips, Lennon and McCartney, pie and mash, Baracuta and Jaguar. The former doesn’t quite come out of the tongue too, but it’s shaping up to be a partnership worthy of a place in the lineage of Britain’s perfect combos. With both brands dating back to the 1930s and defining their place in iconic […]

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FISHING FOR MENTAL HEALTH: Gone Fishing: Fly Fishing and Its Link to Men’s Mental Health

DENVER (KDVR) – Many outdoor enthusiasts enjoy fly fishing for the beauty of nature and its serenity. But it looks like the sport is reaching deeper waters than you might think. Jennings Hester knows her stuff when it comes to fly fishing – and more. Hester discovered that outdoor sport is more profitable than fish, […]

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Why men’s clothing is addicted to fishing style – Robb Report

Something is wrong with the world of men’s fashion. While outdoor-focused heritage brands like Orvis, Filson and LL Bean have outfitted anglers for generations, younger brands that are nominally more downtown than downstream have launched their line with inspired or explicitly inspired collections. designed for rod and reel. Examples of the premiere can be found […]

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The Ultimate Guide to an Alaska Vacation

If you are looking for the great outdoors, awe-inspiring scenery, and the chance to see some of the world’s most incredible wildlife, we recommend adding Alaska to your must-see list. Here’s everything you need to know about America’s greatest wilderness. Why Alaska? With its high mountain ranges, verdant rainforest, rolling tundra, bluish glaciers, and breathtaking […]

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Humans in Israel used modern fishing tools 12,000 years ago

Ancient humans in the Middle East used sophisticated fishing tools at least 12,000 years ago, research shows. Ancient fishing is difficult to study, as many of the materials used, such as plant fibers and wood, were perishable. However, one of the largest collections ever made of early fishing technologies allowed researchers to gain insight into […]

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Newton County Dogpatch Site to Become a Center of Nature, State Commission Says

JASPER – The abandoned Dogpatch USA theme park will become Marble Falls Nature Park, a project led by the founder of Bass Pro Shops, a state commission announced this week. Bob Ziehmer, senior director of conservation for Bass Pro Shops, presented the plan at Tuesday’s quarterly meeting of the Buffalo River Conservation Committee, held in […]

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Families living with Alzheimer’s disease see a bright future

The Davis family enjoys photographing their travels around the world. Carrie Davis is the daughter of Jim and Paula Davis. They call themselves the Three Musketeers because they have traveled almost every continent together. However, their wings were recently clipped after Jim was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. “What are your hobbies? Carrie asked her father. […]

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Peter Morse: Fly, throw and worry about erosion on Lake Wentworth Falls | Blue Mountain Gazette

Like many others, Leura’s fly fisherman Peter Morse’s business has closed during the extended COVID lockdown in NSW. Sixty students who were to receive fly fishing training along the east coast from June to August missed this opportunity. And a trip to Townsville he was planning – with students to teach along the way – […]

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Jonas Brothers, Westcott Street Cultural Fair, Sportsmen’s Days: 13 things to do at CNY

This coming weekend is the first of the fall. Besides starting to pick up leaves, watch fall foliage, high school football games, and apple picking, there are lots of fun things to do in central New York City. The Jonas Brothers perform at the Amp, Westcott Street Culture Fair, Sportsmen’s Days, Cazenovia Art Trail, and […]

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Opinions sought on land conservation, outdoor recreation | Guest column | The gallery

Do you believe that the land is essential to our quality of life? In this 150th anniversary year, a coalition of eleven outdoor recreation and land conservation nonprofits launched Elevate the Peak, a community vision initiative tasked with developing a plan for implemented over 10 years to guide current and future land conservation and recreation […]

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The stroller, Sept. 19, 2021: Events in the Alle-Kiski valley

Advertise your club meetings, community events and fundraisers for free in The Stroller. Send the information at least a week in advance to [email protected] Please include a daytime phone number. Tell us about your Halloween events The Valley News Dispatch is compiling a list of fall events and Halloween parades, parties and trick-or-treat parties that […]

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Edinburgh and Lothians Coarse Angling Club title race set to go on edge with trio in contention

John Perella is one point behind leader Tony Ball in the Summer Series. Photo: Tommy Lauriston The reigning champion is only one point behind his close rival and Roz Cassidy is in the middle of snapping third place ahead of this season’s popular summer series final game. The trio are considered the sole title contenders, […]

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Top 10 things to do at GWCT Scottish Game Fair 2021

A SPECTACULAR celebration of conservation and the countryside for over three decades, the GWCT Scottish Game Fair returns this year to Scone Palace in Perthshire from Friday 24th to Sunday 26th September. The three-day event typically attracts over 30,000 visitors and over 400 exhibitors, who come together to showcase some of the country’s best crafts […]

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Buhl Day festivities focus on children’s fun and safety | New

Amelia McCrary, five, grabbed her fishing rod on Saturday morning at the Buhl Park fishing derby, as her mother, Nerissa Hobson, recalled her own childhood experience with the derby. “I won for the bigger fish,” said the Sharon resident. Hobson was delighted to bring Amelia to the Children’s Fishing Tournament at Lake Julia in Hermitage […]

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Could saving the state tree help solve trout fishing problems? | Outside

AIRVILLE – Pennsylvania fishermen like Russ Collins are worried about trees. He lives in Palmyra, Lebanon County, and is Vice President of the South Central Region of Trout Unlimited. He wonders if a struggling tree species could ultimately endanger one of the country’s main fishing grounds, if not the world. He sees with his own […]

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Glendale Fire Chief reflects 20 years after serving at Ground Zero

Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these photographs during his time helping in Lower Manhattan 20 years ago in September. Alex Morales took these […]

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Thom Wells obtains SSI Platinum Pro 5000 recognition

Thom Wells has been a member instructor of the Professional Association of Diving Instructors for 30 years PADI member Thom Wells has received Platinum Pro 5000 instructor status courtesy of Scuba Schools International. TUCSON, ARIZONA, USA, Aug 23, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Thom Wells has been a 30-year member instructor of the Professional Association of Dive […]

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Fish Tales: How Can Anglers Help Save Montana’s Ailing Trout? | Local News

Eddie olwell Courtesy photo EDDIE OLWELL Fish Eddie O In this summer of unprecedented drought, fire and heat, we are seeing firsthand the social and economic impacts of global warming. Two of Montana’s industries that depend on abundant drinking water, fly fishing and agriculture are particularly affected. Pastoralists are struggling with a shortage of hay, […]

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Congratulations: Community Supports Growing Tennis Program | South Lake Tahoe

View full picture Duane Catania and granddaughter Evelyn Cantania compete in the 2021 Tahoe Classic View full picture Mixed Doubles at Sunset at 2021 Lake Tahoe Tennis Classic After missing last year’s tennis tournament, 234 people returned for the 37th annual Hersh Herschman Memorial Tahoe Classic at Zephyr Cove Park last weekend. The annual four-day […]

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Police Investigate Approximately $ 3,000 In Damage From Edson Fichter Pond Vandalism | Local

POCATELLO – Local police are asking the public for help in identifying individuals suspected of vandalizing the Edson Fichter Pond and Natural Area over the past week. Damage estimated at $ 3,000 from spray-painted trails, wooden decks and Portneuf Greenway signs and a broken fence were reported to Pocatello police on the morning of July […]

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Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation offers family program for veterans

BELGRADE – The Warriors and Quiet Waters Foundation has developed a pilot program, focusing on families and fly fishing. Founded in 2007, Warriors and Quiet Waters is dedicated to reintegrating and reconnecting post 9/11 ex-combatants with their community and nature. Eric Hastings, the founder, served in the Vietnam War and discovered healing performed by throwing […]