Running in the Metroparks

Running in the Metroparks

TOLEDO, Ohio (WTVG) – Running is the reason most people come to the Metroparks. This is how Carrie Haddix, Executive Director of Metroparks Toledo, discovered her love for the outdoors. “I’ve been running my whole life,” Haddix told 13abc. “I started running at the Wildwood Metropark when I was a …

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Voters aren’t the only ones feeling the effects of inflation

“It’s a constraint,” Kistner said of rising campaign costs. “Really, the way I see it, it’s harder for ordinary Americans to run for office.” This period of high inflation will also carry over into the next election cycle. Donation limits are already set for the 2021-2022 cycle at $2,900 per …

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▶️ PCT hikers redirected after Windigo Fire force trail closure

The recent wildfires in Oregon are causing surprise interruptions for many passers-by on one of America’s longest hiking trails. The Windigo Fire, sitting on 1,098 acres Thursday afternoon, caused a 60-mile closure on the Pacific Crest Trail running north from Crater Lake to Odell Lake (Mile 1848 to 1908). On …

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The tough, eco-friendly Airstream trailer treads lightly but boldly

Airstream has teamed up with outdoor company REI for a limited-edition version of its scintillating Basecamp, producing what it says is its most enduring trailer yet. The REI Co-op Special Edition Basecamp relies on solar power, recycled materials and water-saving features to minimize its environmental footprint, while a rugged exterior …

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Campaign finance reports show candidates surge, spend as Hennepin County prosecutor, sheriff races heat up

Last week, candidates for Hennepin County offices were required to file pre-primary campaign finance returns. The reports — the first look at campaign finance since campaigns for the Hennepin County attorney and sheriff began in earnest — cover the campaign cycle through July 25. Although not all reports …

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Jacksonville International Food Trail promotes local diversity

From authentic Cuban coffee to Peruvian fried yuca, the Jacksonville International Food Trail will take residents’ taste buds around the world—without ever having to leave town. The International Food Trail is a list of local restaurants that have cultural connections from around the world. “Some of these places become frequent …

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LATEST AMAZFIT T-REX 2 UPDATE INTRODUCES ROUTE IMPORT AND REAL-TIME NAVIGATION, AND FORMATION PATTERNS

The rugged outdoor GPS smartwatch has expanded its impressive lineup of action and adventure features. CUPERTINO, Calif., August 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Amazfit, a leading global smartwear brand owned by Zepp (NYSE: ZEPP), has released its latest firmware update for its rugged outdoor GPS smartwatch, the Amazfit T- Rex 2. …

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Is running back Raheem Mostert the Miami Dolphins’ fastest player – even faster than Tyreek Hill?

Speed ​​kills. We’ve all heard the old adage over and over again. This offseason, Miami Dolphins general manager Chris Grier took that saying to heart. On March 23, Grier traded six times Pro-Bowl and three-time first-team All-Pro wide receiver Tyreek Hill. Hill is generally considered the fastest wide in the …

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The Mountains Are Getting Higher – The Trek

Day 102 The four of us started early, this time to beat the late afternoon thunderstorms. After walking less than a mile, I came across a 1,500 mile engraved wooden sign attached to a tree. Wow, I hiked three times the distance of the Colorado trail! Connecticut is so good …

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Hike from Fremont to Livermore | New

“Next time I invite you to hike with me, please remind me of that moment and why we hate hiking,” I said, groggy, to my sister, Molly. Molly holds the record among my three younger siblings for being the most likely to join me on outdoor adventures – albeit reluctantly. …

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Cherfilus-McCormick accuses Holness of running a smear campaign

PEMBROKE PARK, Florida. – Democratic U.S. Representative Sheila Cherfilus-McCormick says her political opponent this election season, former Broward Commissioner Dale Holness, has gone too far. Cherfilus-McCormick is the incumbent for Congressional District 20. She said she decided to take legal action against Holness because he engaged in a smear campaign. …

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Champion Corniche makes his debut at 3 in Amsterdam

There isn’t an abundance of high-level sprint races restricted to 3-year-olds, and when they do appear, there’s rarely a shortage of talent. A perfect example is the $200,000 Amsterdam Stakes (G2) at Saratoga Racetrack. The recent list of winners from Amsterdam includes winners or placed in grade 1 Jackie’s warrior …

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US 12 Heritage Trail Garage Sale August 12-14 – Leader Publications

SOUTHWEST MICHIGAN – The Southwest Michigan Planning Commission has announced that the annual US 12 Heritage Trail garage sale, known as “Michigan’s Longest Garage Sale”, will take place Friday, August 12 through Sunday, August 14. . Every year, individuals clean out their attics and stake out their front yards along …

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Looking towards the fire from my front yard, I thought, “This is going to burn my house down.

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> On July 22, the Oak Fire began in Midpines, California, 37 miles from Yosemite Valley. At the time of publication, 18,532 acres and 41 homes and buildings have been destroyed. This is the story of a resident of Mariposa who lost his house in the fire. On Friday, July …

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Ten things you didn’t know about Hoka running shoes

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Since its birth in 2009, Hoka has become one of the most popular running shoe brands in the United States Known for its unprecedentedly thick midsoles that created the trend for maximum cushioning, the brand has continued to push the boundaries of shoe design over the past decade. Its …

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The Dems lead ANYBODY in two congressional races. Why?

Qualifying for the fall federal midterm elections ended last week with no Democratic candidates in two congressional district races. Why? LSU political science professor Robert Hogan said Mike Johnson of District 4 had just been re-elected, having drawn NO opponents; Democrat or whatever. In District 6, Garret Graves has …

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City plans upgrades to Cozy Point Ranch, Maroon Creek Trail | New

Improvements to the facilities at Cozy Point Ranch and the Maroon Creek trail are nearing completion, but are still a few years away from completion. Aspen City Council visited the sites on Monday instead of a formal business meeting so council members could see what is currently in place and …

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Choose These North American Glamping Spots For Your Summer Adventure

Glamping has become the go-to option for families and couples looking for time outdoors in comfortable accommodations. This type of camping, which includes more luxurious accommodations than traditional camping, has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic, and it continues to be a great choice for those still looking for time in …

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LAMSID candidates vying for Constituencies 2 and 4 | News, Sports, Jobs

Seats two and four are up for election for the Lehigh Acres Municipal Service Improvement District. All independent special district offices are nonpartisan and only appear on the November 8 general election ballot. The Lehigh Acres Municipal Services Improvement District was created by the Florida Legislature …

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2022 World Athletics Championships, Tobi Amusan breaks women’s 100m hurdles world record twice, news, video, Michelle Jenneke, final, times,

Nigeria’s Tobi Amusan stunned the athletics world by demolishing the women’s 100m hurdles world record TWICE in consecutive races, although excessive wind speeds prevented her second time. In the final session of the 2022 World Championships in Athletics in Eugene, Oregon, Amusan delivered one of the great individual performances of …

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Weidman’s Eagle Scout completes project on the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail – The Morning Sun

As part of an Eagle Scout service project, a 15-year-old Weidman youth named Benjamin Hunt helped bring additional benches and seating to the Pere Marquette Rail-Trail. Hunt is currently registered with Virtual Troop 780 and was looking for a project to do for his Eagle Scout service project. He and …

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A Guide to Summer Outdoor Adventures in the Yakima Valley | Columnists

It’s the middle of summer in the Yakima Valley, and we’re all looking for fun summer activities to fill our time. So here are some local, easy and cheap things to add to your to-do list this summer. 1. Naches River Gardens U-Pick/We-Pick Raspberries Located at 4151 Fruitvale Blvd. in …

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Raiders training camp kicks off (literally) and Mack Hollins impresses

The Raiders were the first team to open training camp, thanks to their appearance in the Hall of Fame Game in two weeks, and the start was deliberately slow. The pads don’t come into place until Wednesday, and coaches have insisted on being in the right position every play and …

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Mountain State horse racing takes center stage ahead of 2022 Derby

Call it the countdown New Cumberland, or hot summer Saturdays. In both cases, horse races is galloping to the forefront of horse racing betting in West Virginia over the next three weeks, and once again before the end of the summer. Three weeks of dynamite racing culminates with a major …

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Trail Trust expands access to outdoor adventure with more

DULUTH, Ga., July 22. 11, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Trail Trust awards more than $210,000 to 24 nonprofit organizations to expand outdoor educational and experiential opportunities. This is the second installment of quarterly funding under an initiative by Fox Factory. Grant recipients are located in the United States, Canada, Germany, …

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Win a Cannondale Gravel Bike and more in the Adventure Racing Contest Finals!

(Photo/USARA) July 21, 2022 | Sponsored article Support us! GearJunkie may earn a small commission from affiliate links in this article. Learn more. Check out the fifth and final in our series of gear gifts centered around adventure racing – or any outdoor activity you choose. GearJunkie partners with several …

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Independent Bill Walker explains why he’s running for governor

Bill Walker and Heidi Drygas are independent candidates for governor and lieutenant governor of Alaska. (Photo courtesy of Walker Drygas for Alaska) Independent gubernatorial candidate Bill Walker was campaigning in Juneau on Monday. The former governor answered questions from Jeremy Hsieh about abortion rights, running the Alaska Permanent Fund Corporation …

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Tim Ryan’s Advertising Strategy in Ohio in the U.S. Senate Race: Running to the Right

Democrat Tim Ryan is using his fundraising advantage over Republican JD Vance in the Ohio Senate race to define himself as conservative-friendly, Axios’ Josh Kraushaar reports. Drive the news: Ryan’s latest TV ad to target GOP audiences, airing exclusively on Fox News, shows him receiving praise from conservative hosts like …

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Cyclists object to closure of Joe Rodota trail due to homeless encampment

SANTA ROSA — Without warning, fencing was erected on the Joe Rodota Trail in Santa Rosa, limiting access due to a small encampment of homeless people earlier this month. On Tuesday, a group of cyclists questioned the need for this action. Sonoma State Parks closed a half-mile section of the …

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Mont-Tremblant half-marathon: the ultimate summer destination

Mont Tremblant is a killer ski destination, but its charms aren’t limited to winter. The Laurentians are teeming with trails, lakes and rivers and offer countless year-round outdoor recreation opportunities for the whole family. Runners will love the Mont-Tremblant Half Marathon (aka the Mont Tremblant Half Marathon), organized by a …

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Brazil’s attorney general sides with Apple in long-running ‘iPhone’ trademark dispute

Brazil’s Supreme Court has ruled in favor of Apple in a long-running dispute over exclusive use of the iPhone trademark in the country, local media report. For those unfamiliar with the case, Brazil’s highest court accepted a constitutional complaint in 2020 by ISB Electronica, an electronics company that registered the …

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Pence endorses Arizona governor’s run, putting him at odds with Trump

Comment this story Comment Former Vice President Mike Pence backs Arizona gubernatorial candidate Karrin Taylor Robson, a developer with a long history of Republican politics, over former President Donald Trump’s chosen nominee Kari Lake. a former TV presenter who continues to falsely claim that the 2020 election was stolen.” The …

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Highs, Lows, and Some Track Haikus: PCT Days 54-59

To note: I’m getting a bit behind on the blog, so this post contains a few days described in my regular journal entries and some condensed into a trail haiku to help me catch up. Enjoy! Day 54. Miles: 20.7 Total: 855.7 Today we tackle Muir Pass. It’s not as …

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The 9 Best Canoe Racks for 2022

Popular mechanics; Courtesy of Thule Canoeing is a relaxing way to explore the outdoors, but installing a DIY solution to strap one to your car roof can be a stressful start to the day. Canoe carriers keep your canoe secure while you’re on the road, and there are models that …

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Topo Athletic’s Most Cushioned Road Running Shoe Is Best Yet

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Topo Sports Spectrum Review ($150) Lester: 6.9 ounces (Women’s) / 8.1 ounces (Men’s)Stack height: 35 millimeter heel / 30 millimeter forefoot / 5 millimeter drop Topo Athletic’s first cushioned performance shoe lands in a crowded category of lightweight, bouncy trainers and runners. But the Specter manages to stand out …

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Trail extension, public access to Bald Mountain Road added to Breckenridge Neighborhood Development Plan

A password-accessible gate prevents the public from entering the Breckenridge Neighborhood Ranch at the end of Fuller Placer Road near Breckenridge, pictured July 15, 2022. Andrew Maciejewski/Summit Daily News The Summit Board of County Commissioners has approved a motion to make minor changes to the planned development of the Ranch …

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Arbroath once again targets top spot in summer tourism

WITH changing tourist experiences and the new sea pool project set to make waves, Visit Angus is working to reposition Arbroath once again as one of Scotland’s favorite and most popular holiday destinations. at the sea. With the increase in the variety of outdoor adventures and family experiences on the …

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Bracket MLB Home Run Derby 2022: Corey Seager joins Albert Pujols, more to challenge Pete Alonso for title

The 2022 MLB Home Run Derby is scheduled to take place on Monday, July 18 at 8 p.m. ET (5 p.m. at Dodger Stadium, which hosts the event). There’s a lot of star power. We had already seen many reports leading up to the official announcement, but the support was …

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Another election issue: school board races Metro | Cover story

The August 4 school board elections will be the first partisan races in Metro Nashville public school history. These are also the first school board elections since 2020. In the years since the start of the pandemic, local school boards have garnered heightened attention as heated political discourse has crept …

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The Trail Blazers retained their flexibility on failure

Most Portland Trail Blazers fans and many pundits are optimistic about the Blazers’ improvements heading into the 2022-23 NBA season. Portland traded for Jerami Grant, signed Gary Payton II, retained Anfernee Simons and Jusuf Nurkic. People see this as a fresh start after the relatively calm debates of the past …

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To Save Redwoods From Wildfires, We Must Save Them From Ourselves

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> It’s nearly midnight in October 2021, and I’m watching the flames creep up the bent bark of a giant redwood thicker than most bridge pylons. I walk along a sidewalk-width line of fire a few miles south of the entrance to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, which descends …

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Albert Pujols clapped Nelly after smashing a home run

Albert Pujols is one of the greatest baseball players of all time, a fearsome hitter who terrified the National League for over a decade, won three Most Valuable Player awards and two World Series. After returning to the St. Louis Cardinals, he announced that 2022 would be his farewell season. …

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Columbia Land Conservancy offers the Hike Five Challenge

Hiking in the Hudson Valley is a satisfying outdoor activity any time of the year, and summer is no exception. The Columbia Land Conservancy operates 10 public conservation areas totaling 30 miles of trails with spectacular mountain or river views, some with waterfalls and woods, others with ponds, meadows and …

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Megadrought: As the West runs out of water, landlords and officials find ways to circumvent century-old laws

For years, the debate has raged in California over how best to fix the system of water rights for life in the modern age. Many of the major water rights held in the state were established before 1914, when the permit system was established and mining was big business. “This …

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August election includes two contested school board races as early voting begins Friday

July 10, 2022By: Dwayne Page There are two disputed Board of Education races in the August 4 DeKalb County general election. Voters in Districts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 7 will elect one school board member. The mandates are 4 years from September 1st. Early voting begins Friday, July 15 …

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Results: Metzger and Hogan win Audi Power of Four 50,000 km races

Women’s 50 kilometer race winner Elizabeth Hogan of Louisville, Colorado competes in the Audi Power of Four race on Saturday, July 9, 2022, which runs from Aspen to Snowmass Village. (Jeremy Swanson/Aspen Skiing Co.)Jeremy Swanson/Aspen Skiing Co. Daniel Metzger and Elizabeth Hogan took the top spots in the 50-kilometre race …

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Are you ready for outdoor adventure in Squamish?

Are you ready for outdoor adventure in Squamish? Consider this possible scenario as you enjoy the outdoors in the community: I am in the middle of the forest and on the wrong path. My phone just told me that I have 10% battery left and I’m out of cell service. …

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Ferrari running the original prancing horse logo in Austria – Motorsport Week

Ferrari sports the original Prancing Horse logo at the Austrian Grand Prix, celebrating 90 years since its first appearance. The original version of the emblem was first used at the 1932 24 Hours of Spa-Francorchamps, which took place on July 9. It appeared for the first time on two Alfa …

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Charles Leclerc reveals wish after ‘disaster’ five-race run

Charles Leclerc is desperate for a clean rest from his race weekend in Austria after a series of damaging setbacks. For a while it looked like Leclerc and Ferrari would win the 2022 titles, but now it’s Red Bull taking control as Ferrari falters. Leclerc hasn’t won since the Australian …

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Harford County Barn Quilt Trail promotes agribusiness and celebrates local heritage – Baltimore Sun

Joan Hayden first learned about barn quilts at a meeting with the local Flying Geese Quilt Guild in 2016. The guest speaker at the meeting that day was Suzi Parron, an author who writes and talks about barn quilts. barn. A barn quilt is pretty much what it sounds like: …

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Business News | Stock and Equity Market News | Financial news

Search mutual fund quotes, news, net asset values Addiction INE002A01018, TRUST, 500325 LIC India INE0J1Y01017, LICI, 543526 Tata Steel INE081A01012, TATASTEEL, 500470 Company of the Titans INE280A01028, TITAN, 500114 ICICI Bank INE090A01021, …

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Boilermaker Road Race registrations rebound

UTICA — Over 400 people signed up for the Boilermaker Road Race in the last week of registration. It was a pleasant development for Boilermaker President Mark Donovan. Utica’s premier summer sporting event returns to the second Sunday in July this year after a smaller, modified version last October and …

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Ride Vibes: Etiquette and Empowerment on the Trail

Trail organizations across the country have seen a significant increase in the number of trail users in recent years. More people outside is a good thing. Being outdoors has many benefits on an individual level and outdoor spaces have the power to bring people together. With more people outdoors, how …

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5 fantastic reasons to discover the Lodi wine region

When it comes to California wine country, Napa and Sonoma steal the show as “it” destinations for wine vacations, but just to the south, low-key Lodi wine country is quietly becoming an alternative destination for those looking for less. world, plus affordable experiences, and quality and surprising old-vine zinfandels and …

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Image shows Elden Ring running in an arcade cabinet

An Elden Ring player shows off the Lands Between in an arcade cabinet, giving their in-game experience a little more nostalgia and difficulty. Arcade cabinets are often considered relics of the past these days. A person’s primary gaming experience rarely comes from tripping to a local arcade and throwing their …

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Colorado races in November expected to come down to inflation and Biden vs. Roe and Jan. 6

The most obvious take from the Colorado primaries last week is that Republicans, at least in the statewide races, rejected the Big Lie and also rejected the Big Crazies who were running to support that lie. . Mike Litwin I mean, can we all give Ron Hanks and Tina Peters, …

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Warriors Trail Kings on Day 1 of the California Classic

The Warriors opened the 2022 California Classic with an 86-68 loss to the neighboring Sacramento Kings on Day 1 of the annual event. The Dubs have trailed from the start with the Kings leading by no less than 21 points throughout the contest. WARRIORS TIP OFF CALIFORNIA CLASSIC AT THE …

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This Ford Bronco ‘Bronczilla’ Race Truck Shows Why Pikes Peak Is Still Awesome

Milestone races aren’t just a celebration of the series’ past. It is often this past that inspires the future. The 100th race of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb was no exception, courting internationally renowned drivers like Romain Dumas and Rhys Millen and inspiring incredible builds like Ken Block’s Porsche …

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Squannacook Greenways Awards $96,000 MassTrails Grant for Squannacook River Rail Trail

GROTON — Thanks to a new grant from MassTrails, the third phase of the Squannacook River Rail Trail is expected to be completed next spring. On Tuesday, June 28, Squanacook Greenways, the non-profit organization that operates the trail, received $96,000 to help continue construction of the trail. The grant is …

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Living the dream: fishing for a living

Three casts in a bass fishing trip on the Subway this week, Sam Sobieck was kneeling on the sleek foredeck of his boat, landing a nice catch – a real “Billie”. But all he could talk about was his triumph from the night before. He and his longtime girlfriend, Stephanie …

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Garmin targets athletes with solar-powered GPS running watch

The Forerunner 955 Solar is the first-ever dedicated GPS smartwatch with solar charging The Forerunner 955 Solar is the first-ever dedicated GPS smartwatch with solar charging Garmin on Thursday launched the world’s first dedicated GPS smartwatch with solar charging – the Forerunner 955 Solar and the Forerunner 255 GPS smartwatch …

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How COVID, race and gender affected April 5 school board races in Missouri – Ballotpedia News

Ballotpedia identified 37 Missouri school districts that held elections on April 5, where candidates took positions on three contentious issues: race in education, COVID responses, or sex and gender in schools. That’s 7.1% of the state’s 518 school districts, not all of which held elections on April 5. There were …

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Teck will test the use and technology of carbon storage at Trail Operations

Posted by Daniel Gleeson on June 28, 2022 Teck Resources has announced a carbon capture, use and storage (CCUS) pilot project at its Trail Operations metallurgical complex in southern British Columbia, Canada, in support of its Net-Zero Climate strategy. Exchange. The CCUS pilot is expected to enter service …

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Seven unmissable outdoor adventures in and around Brisbane

in partnership with Rays of sunshine, thrills in the heart of the city, dreamy white sand islands and lush rainforests on its doorstep… Brisbane and its surroundings are a wonderland for outdoor adventurers. There’s the iconic Brisbane River where you can command your own eco-boat or rappel down 230-million-year-old rock …

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Meet the Utah candidates running

Ahead of Tuesday’s primary election in Utah, FOX 13 News interviewed several of the candidates running in the state. Below are those one-on-one interviews in which the candidates shared their message for voters. UNITED STATES SENATE – Republican(Outgoing Senator Mike Lee opted out of the interview series) Contestant Becky Edwards …

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Wellington Town Hall is now a five-horse race. Will Andy Foster make six?

Wellington Mayor Andy Foster continues to play coy about his intention to run for the capital again after former deputy mayor and current Rongotai MP Paul Eagle confirmed on Monday that he participated in the race. Separately, independent Ellen Blake announced on Monday that she is running for mayor in …

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Perry County Trail System Hosts First Mountain Bike Race

HAZARD, Ky. (WYMT) — A trail system that has been developed over the past five years is now used by mountain bikers across the Commonwealth. “It first started as a personal need, but then I realized how many people wanted the same thing I wanted, so we had tons of …

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Latest information on the 49ers running backs room

The 49ers running back room is full of talent, but also question marks and injury history. In a breakdown of every player in San Francisco, from OTAs to minicampMatt Barrows of The Athletic laid out the situation. The 49ers relied on a sixth-round rookie as a leader last year. Elijah …

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Toyota NCS Nashville Quotes — Kyle Busch

KYLE BUSCH, No. 18 Pedigree Toyota Camry TRD, Joe Gibbs Racing What was it like watching your life unfold on the big screen last night and people cheering you on in the theater? “Yes, it was a unique experience for sure. You know, a really exciting opportunity to have this …

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Coach Carol Chalu paved the way that many are still following

TAMPA, Florida – The kids running on the Tampa Prep court didn’t know her. But they know the name. Because it’s everywhere. And the same goes for all the banners she has earned. Carol Chalu’s footprint is all over this Tampa Prep gym. Perhaps the little ones running around hadn’t …

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Nepal may move Everest base camp from Khumbu glacier

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Mount Everest Base Camp, Nepal may have a new location in the coming years. Last week, officials from Nepal’s tourism department told the BBC they were planning to move the main camp used by climbers to the world’s tallest mountain. Currently, the base camp is on the Khumbu Glacier …

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Arizona sees the most candidates running for US House since at least 2014 – Ballotpedia News

The deadline for submitting nominations for Congress in Arizona this year was April 4, 2022. Thirty-nine candidates are running in the nine US House districts in Arizona, including 10 Democrats and 29 Republicans. That’s 4.33 candidates per constituency, more than the 4.22 candidates per constituency in 2020 and the 4.11 …

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Bayview Hotel returns as title sponsor of Armoy Road Races

The Armoy Motorcycle Road Racing Club (AMRRC) has confirmed the title sponsor of this year’s event which will take place on Friday 29e and Saturday 30e July, with the sale of spectator programs and parking passes. – Advertising – The Bayview Hotel in Portballintrae returns as title sponsor for the …

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Residents Say No to ATV Trail

Jodi Summit EAGLES NEST — Residents here had a clear message for City Council on Tuesday that a heavily trafficked ATV corridor through their township will have a lifelong impact on a lifestyle of peace, quiet and outdoor activities calm looks. It was a message residents repeated over and over …

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New 40-acre LGBTQ-friendly wilderness experience camp opens on site of former nudist colony | Local News

JACKSONVILLE — A new nature camp aimed at giving the LGBTQ community a safe place to experience outdoor adventures has opened on the site of a former nudist settlement on Route 112 in Windham County. Beaver Falls Base Camp opened over the winter, hosting private and public events, and is …

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6 Best Covers of Kate Bush’s “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)” – Billboard

Kate BushThe classic 1985 single, “Running Up That Hill (A Deal With God)”, garnered an explosion of interest and popularity through its use in the fourth season of Strange things. The song rose to No. 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart dated June 18, 2022, 37 years after …

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What to watch in the Alabama Senate run-off, DC mayoral race

MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — The two Republican candidates in the U.S. Senate primary runoff from Alabama on Tuesday can each boast of having Donald Trump’s endorsement at some point in the race. Trump first endorsed U.S. Representative Mo Brooks in the spring of 2021. That endorsement lasted nearly a year …

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GETTING THERE: Study aims to connect Fredericksburg-area trail network | Local News

A study of the trail network in the Fredericksburg area is underway and citizens will be able to give their opinion on what should be done next Monday, June 27. The $107,850 study, launched by the Fredericksburg-area Metropolitan Planning Organization, aims to connect the separate trails to create a network. …

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Get the Kootek Camping Hammock up to 49% off

Every product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the included links, we may earn a commission. Whatever your camping style, outdoor enthusiasts can all agree that your choice of gear can easily make or break your trip. And, …

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Saints reportedly making decision on Pro Bowl running back

NEW ORLEANS, LA – OCTOBER 31: A New Orleans Saints helmet waits for the next series during the football game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints at Caesar’s Superdome on October 31, 2021 in New Orleans, LA. (Photo by Ken Murray/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images) Sportswire/Getty …

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Wood County Commission seeks state grant to develop trails in Mountwood Park | News, Sports, Jobs

PARKERSBURG — The Wood County Commission is seeking a state grant to help with trail development in Mountwood Park. The commission signed a letter to Governor Jim Justice in support of an application by Mountwood Park for a 2022 Abandoned Mining Lands Economic Revitalization Grant for the designated …

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4 reasons why a post-adventure drink is worth the (little) extra weight in your bag

“],”renderIntial”:true,”wordCount”:350}”> Preparing for a backpacking trip goes something like this: lay out your gear, pack the essentials, then agonize over the little things that add weight but increase comfort and enjoyment. That camp chair? Difficult decision. But a few extra ounces of good humor are always worth packing. here’s why …

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Lentz and Grant win seats in school board race after ranked run-off

Sarah Lentz and Benjamin Grant were declared the winners of two Portland School Board seats after a ranked run-off on Wednesday morning. Sarah Brydon won the District 5 seat. The first ballot counting Tuesday night showed Sarah Lentz with 35.9% of the vote and Benjamin Grant with 24.6% leading the …

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How I Prepare for the Appalachian Trail Hike

How do you prepare for more than 3,500 kilometers of hiking? How does one go from life as a corporate lawyer to life as a full-time backpacker (admittedly going through 16 months of life in the Rockies)? How do you mentally and physically prepare for such a gigantic adventure? I’m …

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Coleman and Hobbs win 100 meter races at New York Grand Prix

New York – American Christian Coleman won the men’s 100 meters in 9.92 seconds and Aleia Hobbs beat compatriot Sha’Carri Richardson in the women’s 100 meters at the New York Grand Prix on Sunday. Defending world champion Coleman, who returned to action in January after serving an 18-month ban for …

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🌱 Creation of a painted rock trail + Vette-O-Rama at Todos Santos Plaza

Good morning everyone. I’m here with your fresh copy of the Concord Daily, filled with all the local news you need to know right now. Let’s do it. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny and warmer. High: 84 Low: 57. 📢 I’m looking for business owners and marketers in Concord who …

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ExWeb’s Adventure Links of the Week » Explorersweb

When we’re not outdoors, we get our dose of adventure exploring social media and the web. Sometimes we get a little too wired, and browsing adventure readings can go from minutes to hours. To feed your own dose of adventure, here are some of the best adventure links we’ve discovered …

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Kerber’s in North Huntingdon included in the state’s annual Scooped Ice Cream Trail

June is National Milk Month, and state officials are celebrating by asking residents to indulge in one of Pennsylvania’s most popular dairy products: ice cream. Officials from the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development were joined by Governor Tom Wolf to announce the 30 creameries that make up the …

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Why You Need ChappyWrap Water Resistant Outdoor Blanket

Sometimes we just need a little warmth. But when we’re camping, boating, or even cheering on our favorite team at the stadium, it’s inconvenient to carry around a typical bedroom blanket. “With Chappy warmth on one side and water-resistant Boathouse Supplex® on the other, your outing stays covered, snug and …

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NEW: Summer 2022 youth cross-country running camp

CORPUS CHRISTI, TX – The Corpus Christi Department of Parks and Recreation is accepting registrations for its new Summer 2022 youth cross-country running camp for boys and girls from 10 to 17 years old. Gabe Lucido, a USATF-certified trainer with VFit, and JJ Garza of the South Texas Roller Running …

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The AJC Peachtree Road Race returns to tradition – WABE

Atlanta Journal-Constitution Peachtree Road Race organizers say this year the legendary 10k race is returning to its beloved traditions. The race was canceled in 2020 and changed to a two-day format with a virtual option last year, but this year up to 50,000 runners are expected to participate in person. …

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Storms leave trails of damage in Howard and Baltimore counties – CBS Baltimore

COLUMBIA, Maryland (WJZ) — Cleanup efforts are underway in Baltimore and Howard counties after storms swept through Wednesday evening, leaving behind a trail of damage including downed trees and flooding. Strong winds toppled trees and snapped branches, scattering debris across the area. A tree crashed into a Woodlawn home, collapsing …

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Bavaria, Germany: 5 Best Nature-Focused Destinations

When most travelers visit Bavaria, a southern German state, they have only one destination in mind: the famous city of Munich. From its iconic Oktoberfest, which takes place every September at the Theresienwiese exhibition grounds, to the Hofbräuhaus am Platzl brewery, which has been throwing foam non-stop since 1828, the …

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Carla Rodriguez, Unopposed Candidate, Elected Sonoma County District Attorney

Carla Rodriguez, who ran unopposed in her bid to head the Sonoma County District Attorney’s Office, will be the county’s next district attorney. A 25-year veteran with the district attorney’s office, she received 41,625 votes as of 8:15 p.m. Tuesday night. “I feel great,” Rodriguez said Tuesday night of CIBO …

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Fetterman’s wife says the Democratic Senate candidate could be out of the campaign trail until July as he recovers from a stroke

“I think he deserves a month off to come back as strong as ever,” Giselle Fetterman said in an interview with CNN. “It’s going to be a tough race and a very important race. I want him to be fully prepared for that.” When asked if John Fetterman, who is …

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