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Biking benefits city

In Biking | on November, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Biking benefits cityNews from Chicago Tribune: 3:01 p.m. CST, November 30, 2011 The Tribune printed an article by John McCarron criticizing Chicago’s efforts to be more bike-friendly (“Chicago waging war on cars,” Commentary, Nov. 27). I have to let you know how wrong he is. When people from other major cities come to Chicago, they […]

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Occupy SF campers reject city’s offer to relocate tents

In Camping | on November, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Occupy SF campers reject city’s offer to relocate tentsNews from San Francisco Examiner: It was decision time Tuesday night for the campers of Occupy SF, after Department of Public Works Director Mohammed Nuru made them an offer to stay put and risk additional police raids or move to an abandoned school in the Mission district. […]

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Outdoors: Time to stowthat summer gear and get the winter gear ready

In Outdoor Gear | on November, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Outdoors: Time to stowthat summer gear and get the winter gear readyNews from The Sudbury Star: Select a Publication: N E W S P A P E R S ———————————————-—Alberta—Airdrie – Airdrie EchoBanff – Banff Crag and CanyonBeaumont – Beaumont NewsCalgary – The Calgary SunCamrose – Camrose CanadianCanmore – Canmore LeaderCentral Alberta – County MarketCochrane – […]

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Fishing Report (11/30/11)

In Fishing | on November, 30, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing Report (11/30/11)News from Sacramento Bee: VALLEY • NEW MELONES RESERVOIR — Melanie Lewis of Glory Hole Sporting Goods in Angels Camp says the lake appears to have turned over because trout fishing has become “great” this week. The Department of Fish and Game is planting Melones every week, and there are some beautiful 2- […]

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73-year-old aims for 500th climb up Maine’s highest mountain, the mile-high …

In Climbing | on November, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

73-year-old aims for 500th climb up Maine’s highest mountain, the mile-high …News from Washington Post: MILLINOCKET, Maine — Climbing Maine’s mile-high Mount Katahdin once is something to be proud of. Nelson Daigle’s done it 462 times, and the wiry, gray-haired 73-year-old retired paper worker aims to make it an even 500. “I thought I had […]

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2011 Wisconsin gun deer hunt had no firearms deaths

In Hunting | on November, 29, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

2011 Wisconsin gun deer hunt had no firearms deathsNews from Green Bay Press Gazette: Hunters in Wisconsin’s woods escaped the traditional nine-day gun-deer hunt relatively unscathed, marking one of the safest seasons on the books. Officials with the state Department of Natural Resources on Monday reported a total of six gun-related injuries, a day after […]

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Fishing industry bemoans ‘big shoes to fill’

In Fishing | on November, 28, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Fishing industry bemoans ‘big shoes to fill’News from SouthCoastToday.com: By DON CUDDY November 29, 2011 12:00 AM NEW BEDFORD — Leaders of the city’s fishing industry praised Barney Frank’s unwavering support for fishermen and his mastery of complex regulatory issues as word of his planned retirement spread along the waterfront Monday. “Barney has been the […]

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Iowa fish report

In Fishing | on November, 27, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Iowa fish reportNews from Mason City Globe Gazette: Clear Lake: No activity reported. Blue Pit: The DNR stocked 1,500 trout on Wednesday (story on this page). Storm Lake (including Little Storm Lake): Fishing continues to be slow at Storm Lake. Water level is approximately 1.5 feet low. Walleye – Slow: The hydraulic dredge has been removed from the […]

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Can a Bike-Friendly Downtown Provide a Low-Cost Boost of Vitality?

In Biking | on November, 27, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

Can a Bike-Friendly Downtown Provide a Low-Cost Boost of Vitality?News from Patch.com: Can a “bike-friendly bike district” be good for business? Can “bike haters” become bike supporters? April Economides, a consultant who helped set up four in the city of Long Beach, told a small group gathered at 359 State Street that she’d seen just […]

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73-year-old aims for 500th climb up Maine’s highest mountain, the mile-high …

In Climbing | on November, 27, 2011 | by | 0 Comments

73-year-old aims for 500th climb up Maine’s highest mountain, the mile-high …News from The Republic: MILLINOCKET, Maine — Climbing Maine’s mile-high Mount Katahdin once is something to be proud of. Nelson Daigle’s done it 462 times, and the wiry, gray-haired 73-year-old retired paper worker aims to make it an even 500. “I thought I had […]

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