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I must say, David Hansen, that your recent column was quite confusing. (Re. "Canyon is its own world," Sept. 30) I am a bona fide canyon kid and have called it my home for 22 years. Laguna Canyon is the only home I have ever known. Your column pulled...
FRIDAY Sukkot Night Temple Bat Yahm, 1011 Camelback St., Newport Beach, holds a Shabbat Sukkot evening service and dinner geared toward families. For more information, call (949) 644-1999 or go to http://www.tby.org. AIDS Benefit Event Orange Coast...
Mr. Piette's letter on carbon tax ("Carbon fee is a tax to redistribute wealth," Aug. 15), demonstrates how far we have to go in environmental education. The carbon fee is not for the government, it is a payback to Mother Nature herself for the rape,...
When I moved to Pasadena two years ago I was so happy to find a few walking trails that I could explore. I’m not a seasoned hiker by any means but I do enjoy walking, being outdoors and taking in great scenery. My husband and I have spent many...
In 1861 Carleton Watkins took the definitive picture of Yosemite Valley from the aptly named Inspiration Point. The sheer granite wall of El Capitan, as sharp as if cut with a cleaver, fills one side of the photo. A rising tier of rock monoliths marches...
Tags: Petroleum Industry, Museums, John Muir, Thomas Moran, New York
The Winchester SunAt the age of 13, Craig Caudill went to the Daniel Boone National Forest to spend the day hunting deer. After tracking a deer through the woods, the teenager realized he didn’t know where he was. “I don’t want to do that again, and I...
Tags: First Aid, Forestry and Timber, Travel, Canterbury, Ohio
The fourth annual juried show at the Artists' Gallery in Columbia, "Local Color," includes artists who aren't shy about using color for expressive purposes. In most cases, their dedication to realistic depictions is tempered by their individual...
Tags: Ellicott City, Maine, Painting, Artists, Fine Arts
NASA opened an energy efficient office building at Langley Research Center in Hampton. The Navy is running boats on biofuel in Norfolk. But those efforts only go so far as NASA, the Department of Defense — and every other federal agency under White...
Don't look now, but Maryland's state insect is fluttering away. The Baltimore Checkerspot butterfly, named for the state's founding Calvert family, has dwindled to just a handful of places, mostly in Western Maryland. Experts worry that the butterfly,...
The Dallas Morning News (MCT)Introduce your young children to adventure travel. Here are five places to get started. 1. Appalachian Mountain Club, New England. Children 5 and older can participate in pond studies, GPS treasure hunts, forest ecology lessons, and tracking and watching...
Tags: Forestry and Timber, Gardens and Parks, Travel, Science, Forests
By Denise Ross The Daily Republic RAPID CITY, Aug. 23 — The next farm bill is likely to look very different from the farm subsidy system America’s agricultural producers have known. Sen. John Thune, R-S.D., delivered that message to a...
BLACK LAKE - A rainy start to the spring increased the number of sturgeon larvae collected by Michigan State University researchers at the Sturgeon Hatchery in Cheboygan County. The fingerling sturgeon were released back into local lakes Saturday....
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