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Trail work requires clogs and helicopters | New

It took years of groundwork to improve a trail just south of Bloomington in Indiana’s only wilderness. Most trails are easier to maintain or reroute than those in the Charles C. Deam Wilderness, just south of Lake Monroe in the Hoosier National Forest. Wheeled vehicles or objects are prohibited, so …

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Governor Kemp joins Herschel Walker on the campaign trail – WABE

Gov. Brian Kemp joined Republican U.S. Senate candidate Herschel Walker on the campaign trail Saturday. The campaign stop at a popular Cobb County gun store marked the first time the two came together. Walker is in a December 6e second round against Democratic US Senator Raphael Warnock. Kemp is coming …

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Groups discuss plans for a railway project

When construction of the Great American Rail-Trail is complete, it will connect the American coasts from Washington DC to Washington State, a distance of 3,700 miles. It’s a huge work in progress with local residents pushing the needle to finalize the route in their area, taking bites from the elephant …

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After the disaster in the Colorado mountains, getting back on the trail was just the start of recovery | Way of life

Nick Noland lost both feet to frostbite after being lost on Mount Shavano in October 2019. During his months in hospital he was also diagnosed with bipolar disorder. Thanks to tough, bouncy new prostheses, he’s a runner again. (Video by Skyler Ballard) The sun was setting over …

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Letter: Terror Trail a frightening success | Letters to the Editor

For the editor: We extend our heartfelt thanks to Chief Michael Dwyer and West Newbury Police and Fire Services. Just in time for Halloween weekend, they provided security for our popular Maple Crest Terror Trail event, absorbing the cost of services into their budgets, allowing us to save significantly on …

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15 local artists take part in the Route 3 Art Trail on Saturday

Karen Mehos says her passion for glass art began when she was a “bored little girl in church”, admiring the light filtering through the stained glass windows on the pews. “I’ve always been drawn to stained glass, the different colors and the way the light plays with it,” Mehos said …

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Kal-Haven Trail wooden bridge over the faucet for replacement | Local News

A covered wooden bridge that has become a focal point along the Kal-Haven Heritage Trail may be a thing of the past when work begins to renovate 17 miles of the trail. Earlier this year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources received $5 million in funding last summer as part …

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Butler-Freeport ‘the little trail that could’ celebrates its 30th anniversary on Saturday

In October 1992, Franco Harris, WPXI news anchor Della Crews and Belgian horses were on hand for the dedication of the Butler-Freeport Community Trail. Then some disgruntled landowners filed lawsuits, which took about a decade to settle. “Among other managers, our trail is known as the ‘little trail that might,'” …

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Herschel Walker strains with Marjorie Taylor Greene

A cheering crowd greeted the Senate hopefuls. Rome’s Eulene Dupree said Walker’s appearance with Greene boosted her support for the former soccer star. “I love Margie,” she said. “We need Herschel and we need Margie.” GOP Lieutenant Governor hopeful Burt Jones introduced Walker and predicted, “This election cycle will come …

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The shooting occurs during the Grant-Monterey Trail football game

A shooting occurred Friday night during a football game in Sacramento. A KCRA 3 photojournalist was covering the game between Grant High School and Monterey Trail High School when the shooting happened in Grant High’s parking lot. They reported seeing a car with bullet holes and an empty magazine on …

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Talk about the Trail Blazers-Kings opening night here!

Welcome to the very first Game Day thread of the Portland Trail Blazers 2022-23 season! Tonight the Blazers face the Sacramento Kings in Game 1 of 82. It’s going to be a marathon, but interesting. Hope you can join us for every contest! This is the game day feed. For …

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Pleasant, Kimball ready to hit a cross country track

MARION ― Casey Kimball surprised herself a few weeks ago and continues to do so. Sophomore Pleasant, who competed in the Division III Women’s Cross Country Championships as a rookie, ran 19:47 at the North Union Invitational on Oct. 1. “I knew it was the best course, but doing PR …

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Herschel Walker made a bad situation worse during the election campaign

Walker’s response to Wadley had to be not only believable, but competent. Although the GOP Senate nominee has mostly locked in conservative voters in the party, Republicans know there are holdouts who worry about Walker’s fundamental ability to get the job done. What Walker offered instead was a hodgepodge of …

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Appalachian Trail Conservancy moves regional office to Craighead House in South Middleton Township

Craighead House celebrates its 10th anniversary this year at 318 E Old York Road. Photographer Jason Malmon offers a look inside the restored home and property. Jason Malmont The Appalachian Trail Conservancy moved its regional office to the second floor of the Craighead House at 318 E. …

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Several North Dakota trail projects get grants for improvements

Several projects to improve trails throughout North Dakota have received grants from the State Department of Parks and Recreation’s Recreational Trails Program. The program received 15 applications requesting nearly $2.4 million in grants. The program allocated approximately $1 million through the Federal Highway Administration for six projects, applications that involved: …

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History Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Wearing masks were cousins, from left, Aubrey Merrill and Mila Stuble of Salem. Three-year-old Aubrey Merrill from Salem gives Curious George a high five. Buckeye Elementary kindergarten teacher Melinda Westbrook was at a station, waving at children, including 4-year-old Skylar Cappitte of …

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Gogebic County ski resort seeks solutions after slopes close

WAKEFIELD, Mich. (WLUC) — Big Snow Resort is working with the Gogebic Range Trail Authority and the Snowmobile Club to find an alternate route that would replace the Gogebic County Snowmobile Trail portion 2. This follows the resort’s decision to close snowmobile access last week due to safety concerns. “It …

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130-mile Delta Bike Trail underway in four NELA parishes

VIDALIA, La. (KNOE) – A new bike path is coming to four parishes in northeast Louisiana. Legislation passed by State Rep. C. Travis Johnson in August 2022 created the Delta Bike Trail Commission, which will include the parishes of Concordia, Tensas, East Carroll and Madison. The commission’s goal is to …

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Aggies Trail 14-13 after crazy first half against Arkansas

The first half of the Southwest Classic was…. memorable. The normally stingy A&M defense gave up 280 total yards and 2 passing touchdowns, including an unusual coverage bust in the secondary to allow Warren Thompson to run wide open down the field for a 56-yard touchdown pass from quarterback -Razorbacks …

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West Coast Trail Planning and Design

IMBA Trail Solutions planners, designers, project managers and community engagement specialists travel the country each calendar year, creating the next generation of trail development. The mileage and elevation gains they put on their hiking boots do not match the passion of each of these professionals to bring more human-powered recreation …

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Margerie Reservoir Trail a misconception

For the editor, “Those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it”. This saying resonates more and more with each passing day; from the smallest to the biggest problems. In the grand scheme of things, it may seem like the first, but in local issues, it does indeed …

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Oregon Man Walks 2,000 Miles on the Oregon Trail

Don Martin plans to use his trip to write a guide for others interested in hiking the historic but rarely used trail. PRINEVILLE, Ore. – When you hear the name Oregon Trail, you might think of low-tech computer gaming and contemplate death from dysentery. But for Don Martin, hiking the …

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Packers trail Vikings 20-7 after three

The Vikings lead the Packers 7-0 after a The Packers won the opening coin toss and elected to postpone. Green Bay used both a 3-4 and 4-3 base defense in the first downs of the series, bringing in Krys Barnes along with De’Vondre Campbell and Quay Walker. The Packers had …

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Trail Blazers officially announce four camp signings

The Trail Blazers officially signed Devontae Cacok, Olivier Sarre, Isaiah Miller and Jared Roden, the team announced. All four players will apparently be getting the 10 piece training camp offers. Of the group, only Cacok and Sarr hold NBA experience – Cacok played 36 games in three seasons with the …

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Overland Trail in Chautauqua Gorge State Forest Upgrades Open | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo submitted An improved section of the Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Trail is shown. The Fred J. Cusimano Westside Overland Trail in Chautauqua Gorge State Forest was recently upgraded with new drainage, reroutings, culverts and a 1.4 mile course “Loop of the Gorges” which starts …

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DuPage to study new Great Western Trail level crossing, keeping an eye on bike safety

The Great Western Trail junction at County Farm Road near Carol Stream has no significant accident history. But navigating the section of trail through a four-lane road can lead to some cyclists having a breathless ride. The DuPage County Transportation Division and consultants plan to investigate what may become a …

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Caroline Rhea is back on the stand-up trail

The funniest moments during stand-up are almost always improvised. Expect Caroline Rhea to provide plenty of spontaneous comedy when she performs Friday and Saturday at the Spokane Comedy Club. “I could never be one of those comedians who just deliver a set by heart,” Rhea said. “I watch a show …

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NM student-athletes helped pave the way to Title IX

Congratulations to the Journal for its excellent series commemorating the 50th anniversary of Title IX in New Mexico (read it on ABQJournal.com; click on Sports and scroll down to Title IX). Another important and equally old story is the struggle of Nancy Lopez and her ACLU attorney, Roberta Cooper Ramo, …

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Marin land managers seek to curb illegal trail building

Hikers walk along the Willow Camp Fire Road on Mount Tamalpais in Mill Valley on Monday, Dec. 14, 2020. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Jamie Cosgriff of Marin County Parks performs maintenance on the Waterfall Trail at the Indian Valley Open Space Preserve in Novato on Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2022. (Alan …

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The Vermont Long Trail Experience

The Vermont Long Trail Experience Now that I’ve had a little over a week off the track, I can look back with a somewhat different and perhaps less emotional perspective than if I had written this a week ago when I I was still shot down by the track and …

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An Introduction to Trail Running Part 1: Pre-Run Preparation – iRunFar

If you like this article, get your own copy of “Where the Road Ends!” Welcome to this month’s edition of Where the Road Ends: A Guide to Trail Running, where we help you plan your first trail run! “Where the Road Ends” is the name of this column and the …

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The small flat path that continues to… climb

I got more than I bargained for a few weeks ago when a good friend and I planned a Saturday morning hike. I was upfront with her about my limited hiking this spring and summer due to… first wet weather, then hot weather, then windy weather. That said, I’m in …

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Ancient Chinese Practice of Mind, Body, and Spirit Comes to the Schuylkill River Trail – The Mercury

Bridging Art and Health along the Schuylkill River Trail in Norristown, Montgomery County was an initiative proposed by Kristi Goodwin, Community Health Program Manager, Office of Community Information and Education , Montgomery County Department of Health and Human Services. “I thought it might fit well with the challenges and the …

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Daughters of the American Revolution commemorates the bicentenary of Santa Fe Trail in Holland

Sentinel Staff | The Dutch Sentinel HOLLAND – The Elizabeth Schuyler Hamilton Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution commemorated the bicentennial of the Santa Fe Trail on Thursday, August 11. “Talks” were held with Mary Donoho, the first known white woman to hike the …

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Study opens new avenue to develop predictive biomarker for TRAIL therapy

A cytokine called TRAIL binds to TRAIL receptors and kills cancer cells, but not normal cells. Therefore, various anticancer drugs targeting TRAIL receptors have been developed and have attracted wide attention as promising cancer therapeutics, but a certain population of cancer patients does not respond to the therapy. Therefore, many …

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Bike Safety Memorial at Hank Aaron Trail Closure Opens Conversation Between Cyclists and Fair Leader

WEST ALLIS, WI (CBS 58) – A concrete barricade has blocked the Hank Aaron State Trail at S. 76e Street since August 4. State Fair Police closed the trail through Aug. 14, noting safety concerns with potential fairground access points. On Saturday afternoon, cyclists recorded a ‘memorial’ at the barrier …

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Centennial Trail in Paso Robles updates closures to allow student access to local campuses

PASO ROBLES, Calif. — The City of Paso Robles has updated its trail closures for the Centennial Trail Creek Repair Project to allow student access to local campuses. The Centennial Creek Rehabilitation Project will begin August 15, beginning the rehabilitation of the Centennial Creek Corridor that connects Lana Street to …

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Newport Beach City Manager Update: Buck Gully Trail, Mayor’s Youth Council

Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach By Grace Leung, City Manager of Newport Beach This month, the City celebrates the 10th anniversary of the Upper Buck Gully Trail Renovation, which created an accessible, habitat-friendly hiking and biking trail in a protected canyon. Over the past decade, the Buck Gully …

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A 3 km trail connects Rodriguez Park to Lackland

A new section of the Leon Creek Greenway Trail, completed in June, pushes the city’s greenway trail system further into the southwest side near Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland. The 1.9-mile stretch of trail passes through an area with several unusual landmarks – a replica of Jerusalem’s Western Wall, a contaminated …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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🌱 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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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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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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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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The community is invited to comment on the proposed cycle paths

Pueblo trail concept. Courtesy/LAC By Kristen LaskeyLos Alamos Daily [email protected] Los Alamos County has always been known for its recreational offerings. With the improvement and expansion of existing cycle routes under consideration, the Department of Community Services is working to improve and diversify these offerings. CSD Director Cory Styron listed …

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Catamount Trail Reopening Highlights Green Mountain Falls Foundation’s Mission | Mail from Pikes Peak

GREEN MOUNTAIN FALLS • As hikers rejoice in the reopening of Catamount Trail, details highlight the work of the Green Mountain Falls Historic Foundation. When a landowner balked at the increasing number of hikers on the popular trail’s 1,300 feet that crossed private property, Mayor Jane Newberry and the board …

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PCT Thru-Hike, Paradise Valley Cafe in Idyllwild (Days 13-15): Danger Zone

Day 13: Paradise Valley Cafe to Mile 161.9 (10.1 miles) The enchantment of a restaurant breakfast kept the tramily locked in the Paradise Valley Cafe until 10:30 a.m. While everyone was gorging on eggs, hash browns, and platters of meat, I nibbled on my dry, plain bagel. Unfortunately, random isolated …

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2 hikers rescued from Resurrection Pass Trail near Cooper Landing

By Anchorage Daily News Updated: 4 hours ago Published: 4 hours ago Two hikers were rescued this week from the Resurrection Pass Trail on the Kenai Peninsula, after authorities said they had lost their orientation and encountered more snow than expected. Alaska State Troopers were notified around 11:30 p.m. Tuesday …

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PA Lt. Governor John Fetterman discharged from hospital after having pacemaker inserted – NBC10 Philadelphia

John Fetterman, Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania and Democratic Party candidate for the 2022 U.S. Senate race, left a Lancaster County hospital on Sunday morning after spending more than a week there following a stroke . Gisele, Fetterman’s wife posted a short video on Twitter of herself and Fetterman leaving Penn …

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Briefs: Arbor Day in Aspen postponed; intersection closure and trail delays next week

Arbor Day event canceled The City of Aspen Arbor Day festivities scheduled for Saturday at Paepcke Park have been postponed to a later date due to snow and cold temperatures. Saturday’s event was to include tree giveaways and family activities. Aspen intersection closing next week The intersection of Spring Street …

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Bendura and Campbell shine at National Collegiate Track Race Championship

History links Athens, Ohio— richmond long distance runner Jordan Bendura finished second and teammate noah campbell took sixth place at the National Collegiate Running Championships in Athens, Ohio, earlier this month. Held as part of the Thunderbunny 11K at Strouds Run State Park, Bendura capped off …

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30th Annual National Trails Day

Presented by Beltone – A leader in audience Health care. Come participate in National Trails Day® on Saturday, June 4 with the American Hiking Society and trail organizations nationwide! If you love the trails and spending time on the trails of Arizona enriches your life, this is the perfect opportunity …

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West Seattle Blog… | FOLLOW-UP: West Seattle ultra-runner tries the Olympic Discovery Trail again this weekend

Tomorrow, as hundreds, if not thousands, of people don jackets and head out to sell or shop at garage sales, one West Seattle resident will take on an intense challenge just hours from home. Riley Nachtrieb sent this announcement of what she plans to start tomorrow morning, whatever the weather: …

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Spend this spring on the Schuylkill River Trail and River – The Mercury

Spring is for the outdoors. The Schuylkill River Trail and the Schuylkill River are two resources available for people looking to spend some time in the sun this season. Below is a list of upcoming events taking place along the trail and river. Trail Talk and Cleanup in Reading on …

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…and you’ll know Trail of Dead by its Quad ride

…And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead returns with “XI: Bleed Here Now,” released in stereo quadraphonic sound and Regular Matrix. By Mix Staff Published: 05/09/2022 …And You Will Know Us by the Trail of Dead returns with XI: Bleed Here Now, released in stereo quadraphonic sound …

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Missouri US House candidates enter campaign trail with no defined precincts or voters

Campaigning before a group of seniors in Brentwood, Missouri, Democrat Ray Reed has no idea if the people he asks to vote for him will ever see his name on their ballots. Brentwood currently sits in the 2nd congressional district, represented by Republican Ann Wagner. It’s the district Reed hopes …

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The Watkins Glen Gorge Trail Bridge will be renovated

WATKINS GLEN, NY (WETM) – The New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation announced today that the bridge near the Franklin Street entrance to Watkins Glen State Park Gorge Trail will be closed for renovations this season. A recently completed inspection of the bridge revealed that significant …

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El Paseo trail proposal pending, say Southwest Side aldermen

PILSEN — The Southwest Side’s proposed El Paseo trail is on hold after it was left out of a citywide plan to expand bike and pedestrian paths throughout the city, according to local aldermen. The project, which would create a 4.2-mile-long stretch of greenway in Pilsen and Little Village along …

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Candy. Cheese. Toys. A Day on the Amish Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Spent an afternoon on the Amish Trail last weekend which was a lovely thing to do on a day when the sun had finally decided to show up for spring. And the truth is, there’s no better place than on a country road in the spring. This is …

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Reframe, Trail Fame and Rename go GA-ME

Having worked with young people for most of my life, I have always been able to see strength where others may see challenge. The bossy child was a natural leader, the needy child was warm and loving, and the stubborn student was persistent. It’s not just about coating something with …

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7 Moving Experiences on America’s Civil Rights Trail in Alabama

No other state in the country has had as much historical impact on the civil rights movement as Alabama. Violence, injustice, and racism were the mainstays of life for African Americans who were treated as second-class citizens throughout the South, even after the abolition of slavery. Jim Crow laws discriminated …

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Trail Talk: Open spaces in and around Colorado Springs thrive on volunteers | Way of life

Colorado Springs is famous for Pikes Peak and Garden of the Gods. We are called Olympic City USA. We are a popular destination for tourists, retirees and relocations. May I suggest that we should also be recognized for our large number of volunteers. I have never lived anywhere with so …

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Homer Rouse Trail is a fun, dog-friendly hike in Estes Park

On a windy and changeable Easter afternoon, my friend and I drove to the intersection of Fish Creek Road and the entrance to Cheley Camp to hike the Homer Rouse Trail. This is a four mile round trip that took us about two hours and provided many delightful moments. You …

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Dallas Trail Ride groups meet with police in bid to make events safer after shooting – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

In the weeks since a field party in Oak Cliff turned into a deadly shooting, the community rallied together to find a way to make sure it never happened again. “It was scary. We still deal with it,” Dwayne Gray said. As CEO of the WolfPack Riding Club, Gray is …

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Interstate 84 exit to Eagle Creek Trail is closed due to construction

Gorge-bound hikers who already have timed tickets and permits to get to their destination now have another hurdle: construction on Interstate 84. As of today, exit 41 is closed to the public while the final road project gets underway. This off-ramp leads to Eagle Creek Recreation Area, the forested canyon …

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Change of direction: Polly Merhar changes career and opens Trail Ready Massage in Bemidji – Bemidji Pioneer

BEMIDJI — It’s never too late to change, or so believes new massage therapist Polly Merhar. Merhar, who is in his 50s, spent most of his life working in business administration before deciding to take his career in a whole new direction. Now she is a nationally certified massage therapist …

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Spratlin inducted into Auburn’s Tiger Trail | Sports

Chip Spratlin’s moment in the sun dates back 27 years, but it’s a feat they will never forget at Auburn University. Spratlin won the 1995 NCAA golf championship while playing for Auburn, and the Johnson City native’s accomplishments will be commemorated on the Tiger Trail, where the university’s sports greats …

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A bite and a hike to Giant Ledge in the Catskills

When it comes to green spaces, it’s hard to compete with the rugged splendor of Catskill Park. Dozens of trails criss-cross the peaks of the 700,000-acre park, with the most popular routes often offering the best views. The trail to Giant Ledge in the 47,500 acres of Slide Mountain Wilderness, …

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Strengthening the Path to Trail Preservation

Five-year initiative to continue the Sedona Trail Keepers program. It is often said that the journey is as rewarding as the destination. Such may well be the case for visitors using the more than 400 miles of world famous red rock trails in the Sedona Red Rock District of the …

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Sherman Man recounts his struggles and victories on the Appalachian Trail | News, Sports, Jobs

Harold Reynolds, 60, has completed his 81-day hike along the Appalachian Trail on Mount Katahdin in Maine. Photo submitted SHERMAN — A Proclaimers song states: “I would walk 500 miles and I would walk 500 more.” Sherman resident Harold Reynolds decided to walk a little further than that. From April …

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2022 Kentucky Derby Trail: Three Warms, Three Cools for April 6

This feature offers a capsule look at three horses warming up on the Triple Crown trail and three horses whose chances for the Kentucky Derby presented by Woodford Reserve aren’t as strong as they were a few weeks ago. In this edition, the focus is on the 3-year-old stakes races …

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Upcoming Closures at Cosby and Ramsey Cascades Trail as Next Trails Forever Project Begins | News

The Great Smoky Mountains National Park has announced that a two-year rehabilitation project will begin on the Ramsey Cascades Trail as part of the Trails Forever program supported by Friends of the Smokies. The trail, Ramsey Prong Road and the Cosby area of ​​the park will be closed to all …

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Game preview: San Antonio Spurs vs. Portland Trail Blazers

The San Antonio Spurs routed the shorthanded Portland Trail Blazers on Friday night as Keldon Johnson, Devin Vassel, Tre Jones and Josh Primo combined to replace Dejounte Murray. Although the good guys have beaten their fellow Western Conference contender twice in the past two weeks, they will have to prove …

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Beltline’s New Eastside Trail Feature: A Live Radio Station

Coming soon to Beltline’s Eastside Trail: a 24-hour “off-the-grid” streaming radio station featuring some of Atlanta’s hottest DJs. Driving the news: Starting at 4 p.m. today near the historic Fourth Ward skatepark, DJ Kemit will enter the A/V Radio studio built in a shipping container and kick off the nearly …

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