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When explorer Colin O'Brady was 22 years old, a fire severely burned his legs and feet. Doctors said he might never walk normally again, but 18... [Read More]
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SHERBURNE — Experience the enchantment of winter as Rogers Environmental Education Center hosts its 41st annual Winter Living Celebration.Hosted by Friends of Rogers, the fun will... [Read More]
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The weather might be requiring we all be bundled up, but soon enough it will be time to shed those layers and start thinking about... [Read More]
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Folks including Maryland fishermen and park advocates say access to vital information has been jeopardized and could reduce participation in state outdoor activities. [Read More]
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Don't let winter pass you by without sledding down a few snow-covered hills, skating across an ice rink or two or exploring the frosted landscape... [Read More]
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Outdoor-minded people participate in outdoor activities no matter the time of year or weather. There are limit... [Read More]
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While U.S. Steel continues to repair damage left by a December fire at its Clairton plant, nearby residents are still being warned to limit their... [Read More]
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Outdoor activities are a big part of many Nova Scotia residents' winter schedule. Our Hearty Macaroni and Cheese recipe is sure to warm you and... [Read More]
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The state of North Dakota offers us a variety of outdoor activities.  One that's becoming more and more popular during the winter months is dark... [Read More]
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Participation in outdoor activities, such as fishing and hunting, continues to dwindle as both parents and children lead busier lives, juggle schedules and are sucked... [Read More]
Heading into what's forecast to be a frigid weekend, the Vermont Department of Public Safety urges those planning outdoor activities to exercise caution. [Read More]
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Utah\u2019s winters bring heavy snowfalls and freezing temperatures, but some outdoorsy Utahns like to continue enjoying camping, hiking and outdoor activities all year long. Here... [Read More]
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