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Turkey Creek Nature Preserve: a 700-acre initiative to protect endangered species

Turkey Creek Nature Pre­serve and Greenways is a 700-acre pri­vate ini­tia­tive to pro­tect endan­gered species. A tributary of Locust Fork, Turkey Creek is home to three endan­gered species of fish: ... read more

Congressman tours federally funded preserves in county

The Nature Conservancy partnered with the Ashtabula County Metroparks to combat invasive plant species like buckthorn, Japanese knotweed, multiflora rose and honeysuckle across 180 acres of Ashtabula ... read more

Uncertain Legacy

Both raise questions about whether the state is creating an uncertain legacy for its ... Sweetwater Creek and the Box R, among thousands of acres that range from less-than-pristine pinelands to unspoi... read more

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Thanksgiving Day prank

Have you submitted your comments on taking wolves off the Endangered Species list? If you Google “Range Magazine ... the comments submitted by the mostly anonymous folks who want to protect wolves and ... read more

Frequent Fliers Fantasy Camp

ABOARD AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT 9454 -- Eric Mueller's vacation started when his plane filled with smoke. Soon, people slid down an emergency chute, inflated life vests and climbed into a raft. Muelle... read more

Critical habitat status eyed for Turkey Creek

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service has proposed designating 13 miles of Turkey Creek and its tributaries as critical habitat for the vermilion darter, an endangered fish species that ... Wild to buy the ... read more

100 days, 100 reasons to be proud of our Decatur region

One-hundred days, 100 stories looking at what’s great about our region. We’ve spent the past months celebrating the people, places and history in our "100 reasons to love the Decatur area” feature. We ... read more

Stories for September 2014

posted: 09/30/2014 3:18 a.m. Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates topped the Forbes list of the 400 richest Americans for the 21st time in a row, the magazine announced Monday. posted: 09/30/2014 3:14 a.m. ... read more

An open letter from a reluctant refugee

For years I was a closet refugee in Australia, and have watched as that word took on a cruel meaning: queue jumper, liar, terrorist. We need a new way to define us refugees, writes Thu-Trang Tran. Thi... read more

Publications recently added to the Pubs Warehouse

Concentrations of zinc were somewhat similar in the Big River and Barite District tributaries; however, higher concentrations were present in upstream Big River site samples, as well as in samples fro... read more

Bensalem enjoying fine season

The Bensalem boys bowling team swept Neshaminy on Monday, as the Owls continue to compile one of the best seasons they have had in a while. Bensalem is 26-14 overall and second in the Suburban One Lea... read more

Stories for June 2011

A Siloam Springs man who died in a three-vehicle accident Monday drove through a stop sign into the path of a dump truck, according to police. posted: 06/30/2011 5:29 a.m. The three-person commission ... read more

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