Archive: March, 2014

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Invention process like climbing a mountain

In Climbing | on March, 31, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Invention process like climbing a mountainNews from Seacoastonline.com: Take steps to improve chances of success Time to return home: Ben Hasty plans South Berwick restaurant – 3/31/2014 Navy says goodbye to USS Miami – 3/29/2014 Drug dogs search two Hampton schools, nothing found, police say – 3/31/2014 GSA says no to leaving McIntyre Federal Building […]

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MH370: New last words from cockpit: ‘Good night Malaysian three seven zero’ – CNN

In Fishing | on March, 31, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

MH370: New last words from cockpit: ‘Good night Malaysian three seven zero’ – CNNNews from MH370: New last words from cockpit: ‘Good night Malaysian three seven zero’ – CNN: NEW: Tuesday’s search will include 11 planes, 9 ships Former FAA official, “We have the tragedy of an investigation gone awry” Source: Plane’s turn off course […]

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Camping for Poverty

In Camping | on March, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Camping for PovertyNews from MyHighPlains: CANYON — Campers over at Ruth Lowes Park are hoping for a warm Saturday night, as they prepare to camp out for poverty. The event is being put on by the First United Methodist Church in Canyon.After camping through the night, campers will be at the church’s fellowship hall the […]

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Swimbait tips for spring fishing

In Fishing | on March, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Swimbait tips for spring fishingNews from The Huntsville Times – al.com: FLW pro angler Casey Martin lands a Guntersville bass fooled by a swimbaitFrank Sargeant franksargeant@charter.net Swimbaits are no secret anymore, especially on weedy lakes like Guntersville, where they’re one of the few lures that will come through the vegetation and still attract quality bites […]

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Sunday hunting may boost seasons

In Hunting | on March, 30, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Sunday hunting may boost seasonsNews from Roanoke Times: As Sunday hunting legislation gained momentum in this year’s Virginia General Assembly, vocal opponents pulled out the stops. Their claims were a lesson in the use of hyperbole, the arguments rife with “they sky is going to fall” kind of hand-wringing we hear from politicians and pundits […]

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Mountain Guide’s Helmet-Camera Captures One Of ‘The Craziest Ice Climbing …

In Climbing | on March, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Mountain Guide’s Helmet-Camera Captures One Of ‘The Craziest Ice Climbing …News from Business Insider: Canadian ice climber John Freeman is lucky to be alive after the ice pillar he was scaling in Canada’s Banff National Park broke off and sent him tumbling hundreds of feet down the cliff face. The fall, which happened two […]

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Recreational-fishing commission wants allocation rules to change for offshore …

In Fishing | on March, 29, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Recreational-fishing commission wants allocation rules to change for offshore …News from The Times-Picayune: Residents waiting in a long line at the post office while a single worker seems to delight in moving as slowly as possible will often look at each other and remark, “Just wait until they’re running our healthcare.” Recreational offshore anglers don’t […]

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Lawsuit over Smokies camping fee can continue

In Camping | on March, 28, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Lawsuit over Smokies camping fee can continueNews from Asheville Citizen-Times: The Associated Press, AP 12:07 p.m. EDT March 28, 2014 A backcountry campsite in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. (Photo: special ) KNOXVILLE, Tenn. – A federal judge has ruled that a lawsuit over backcountry camping fees implemented last year at the Great Smoky Mountains […]

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Oil Spill Threatens Galveston Bay’s Fishing Industry

In Fishing | on March, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Oil Spill Threatens Galveston Bay’s Fishing IndustryNews from Texas Tribune: Enlarge photo by: Michael Stravato Galveston Bay Oiled birds and stranded boats have been some of the most compelling visual images of the devastation in Galveston Bay in the wake of an oil tanker collision that might have released up to 168,000 gallons of fuel oil into […]

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Eyes in the air: States move to ban drone-assisted hunting

In Hunting | on March, 27, 2014 | by | 0 Comments

Eyes in the air: States move to ban drone-assisted huntingNews from Fox News: Some states are taking steps to shoot down drone-assisted hunting before the airborne gizmos catch on with hunters and alter forever the pursuit of big game under traditional rules. Alaska this month became the third state recently to take action. On March 17 the […]

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