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Poudre Wilderness Volunteers Complete Cameron Peak Fire Trail Restoration Season

The Poudre Wilderness Volunteers (PWV), a wilderness trail stewardship organization, have completed their Cameron Peak Fire Trail restoration efforts for the year. The fire burned 122 miles of trails in the Roosevelt National Forest, more than 42 miles of which were severely damaged. Through the dedicated efforts of PWV, community …

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LA Rams racing game still results in LA Rams winning

How long has it been since a LA Rams running back played a 100-yard game for a running back? Okay, I’ll give you a hint. This hasn’t happened until today in the 2021 NFL season. Last time around, rookie running back Cam Akers scored 131 rushing yards in the NFL …

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The Martin Richard Foundation hosts 4th annual MR8K race in Boston on Saturday – CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) – The memory of Martin Richard, the youngest victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, was very strong on Saturday in the city’s Boston Landing neighborhood. This is where hundreds of runners covered eight kilometers, raised money and tried to stay warm. This was the fourth annual MR8K, …

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LIVE: Gulls Trail Heat 1-0

Dec 4 2021 By AJ Manderichio / SanDiegoGulls.com The San Diego Gulls trailed the Stockton Heat 1-0 in the first period of tonight’s game at Stockton Arena. WATCH: AHL TV | LISTEN: Gulls Audio Network | Play center Glenn Gawdin opened the scoring with a power play goal at 3:02 …

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With great food and comfortable places to stay, Bend has it all: Gerry Frank’s Picks

Whether you love winter sports, lounging by the fire, or strolling lighted streets filled with shops, great food and great beers, consider Bend for your next winter getaway. For a resort that has it all – great views, amenities, and enough on-site things to do that you won’t even have …

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I always hated running, but these running shoes made me change my mind

I never liked to run. Even when I was younger and a competitive swimmer, my least favorite physical activity was running. I had to run several miles some days and it was agony, both physically and mentally. Running had a mind-numbing effect on me. As someone who has had attention …

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Democrats Take New Look at Massachusetts Governor’s Race After Baker Withdrawal

The unexpected move sparked a frenzied day for Democrats in Massachusetts, with much of the talk and speculation focusing on State Attorney General Maura Healey and Labor Secretary Marty Walsh. The prospect of the two candidates opens up the possibility of a high-profile Democratic primary showdown in a deep blue …

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How 3 Minnesotans created the Oregon Trail 50 years ago

The Oregon Trail turned 50, what if you scratch your head, a video game in 1971? – you’re not alone. The plot: Yes, it was the kids of the 1990s who learned to ford rivers, replace broken wagon wheels, and tried to avoid dysentery. But it was actually a group …

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Colts running back Jonathan Taylor named AFC Offensive Player of the Month for November

Indianapolis Colts backer Jonathan Taylor was named the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Month for November. With this accomplishment, Taylor becomes the first player in franchise history to win the award for two consecutive months. During his impressive streak, the NFL’s top forward racked up 556 rushing yards, 71 receiving …

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Stacey Abrams says she’s running for Georgia governor

Over the past decade, Ms. Abrams has grown rapidly from a suffrage activist and Democratic state lawmaker in Georgia’s Republican stronghold to a nationally recognized political name. In late 2013, she founded the New Georgia Project, a nonprofit voting group, which claimed to have registered more than 200,000 voters ahead …

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