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Ironman veterans gather to beat a common foe: pancreatic cancer

Every winter for the past eight years, 1982 Ironman World Champion Kathleen McCartney of La Jolla has kicked off triathlon training season with family and a few fellow Ironman veterans in a ... read more

Wayne Young: Change city council to two-year terms

As an eyewitness to the workings at City Hall, I think going to a two-year term for members of the La Crosse city council is one solution for our city's dysfunctional government. Two-year terms would ... read more

Could road tax have passed with ability to borrow now?

Measure T was a slam dunk at the ballot box Tuesday, making it crystal clear that Napa residents are willing to pay more to repair their local roads and sidewalks. But in delaying that fundraising ... read more

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Lure of the week: Did someone make a mistake?

Bandit Lures has come up with a series of crankbaits that definitely have a split personality. Or maybe we should say they are two-faced. The Mistake series of lures feature a distinctive color ... read more

April Barker: Coveted records exemption wrong for Wisconsin

Over the July 4 weekend in 2015, members of the state Legislature sparked a public uproar by proposing last-minute changes to the state budget bill that would have created a “deliberative process” ... read more

Great Outdoors Day: free fun for families with Kansas parks permit

The public is invited to spend a few hours outdoors on Saturday helping to celebrate a national theme going on all month across the country. The event is Great Outdoors Day at El Dorado State Park. It ... read more

Hiking on state’s highest mountains | Raleigh News & Observer

As North Carolina’s highest peak, Mount Mitchell spends more time in the clouds than in the sun. The celebrated mountain also ranks first in the East with an elevation of 6,684 feet. But where’s the ... read more

Film festival offered new views of life

I had planned to write about Thanksgiving, a simple message of thanks to the community for supporting our schools, but the Napa Valley Film Festival has given me more pressing thoughts. If I were ... read more

Natural wonder: Baby quail are out

They are miniscule. Baby quail have been out for about a week now in parts of the Boise Foothills. I spotted some last week but had these tiny critters come through the yard today (June 5). The pair ... read more

More habitat to attract ducks is on the way in Kansas

Kansas soon will look more appealing to migrating waterfowl, thanks to projects planned by national conservation group Ducks Unlimited. The largest of those projects will be at the Jamestown Wildlife ... read more

Dixie Deer Classic winners grow in size, quality

RALEIGH North Carolina’s deer hunters are maturing, and so are the deer. That was a theme at the 36th annual Dixie Deer Classic held March 4-6 at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh. “We used to do ... read more

Midwest Hunt Fest returns for second year in Wichita

More than 15 of outdoors television’s top celebrities are scheduled to be at the Midwest Hunt Fest, Friday through next Sunday at Century II. The lineup includes Michael and Edwin Waddell, and Travis ... read more

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