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Portland Trail Blazers: Exploring Anfernee Simons’ Trades

The Portland Trail Blazers haven’t done anything lately, but stress their need for a major overhaul. With their loss to the Minnesota Timberwolves on Sunday, the Blazers have lost five straight games and eight of their last nine. This latest loss came despite the return of Damian Lillard and a …

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Dickinson County Bridge Project Highlights MNR Trail Season | News, Sports, Jobs

RON YESNEY, Upper Peninsula Trails Coordinator for the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, stands with a group of trail and project supporters during a ribbon cutting for the new snowmobile bridge on the east arm of the Sturgeon River in Dickinson County. From left to right: Rob Katona, Central Upper …

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New trails will dramatically change the look and use of Easton’s College Hill

Getting between Easton’s College Hill and the city’s downtown means either taking College Avenue or taking the historic steps. A new state grant to Lafayette College will help change that. The money will fund a new trail plan to add trails from South College Drive to the steps and steps …

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Beaver Island Trail approved for extension from Clearwater

By: Nyah Adams / Chief Information Officer Beaver Island Trail is expanding after receiving approval for an extension grant of over $ 1.29 million. Stearns County Parks Director Ben Anderson said they plan to build about four miles of separate 10-foot-wide asphalt recreational trail. The trail will start on the …

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‘Someone Needs Money’: Candy Cane Cash Draws Crowds at Chisholm Trail Expo Center | New

ENID, Oklahoma. – With a potential winning Candy Cane Cash ticket in her hands, Rayne Roeser’s friends shouted at her. “Go! Go! Go! Go! Go! Hurry!” Rayne and Michele Roeser won $ 7,500 in the annual local Candy Cane Cash store promotion on Tuesday night, December 7, 2021, at the …

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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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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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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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Long and Baty take first place at Seminole Winter Angler’s Trail – The Post-Searchlight

Boats were launched from Big Jim on Saturday morning, trolling Seminole Lake in search of bass in hopes of winning the Seminole Winter Angler’s Trail. Anglers were allowed to go anywhere on the lake and had a weight limit of five fish. According to chief organizer Chuck Laslie, there hasn’t …

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Donovan Mitchell Steal Leads To Monster Slam Against Trail Blazers

Utah Jazz’s Donovan Mitchell # 45 passes Damian Lillard # 0 and Portland Trail Blazers # 1 Anfernee Simons in the first half during a game at Vivint Smart Home Arena on November 29, 2021 in Salt Lake City, Utah. (Photo by Alex Goodlett / Getty Images) (Photo by Alex …

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Saving Equestrian Track Sports – Horse Illustrated

Photo courtesy of the North American Trail Ride Conference Track riding is one of the most popular equestrian pastimes, and track competition was once something that many riders enjoyed. But due to various factors, two organizations that sanction trail competition have seen sharp declines in both membership and ride participation: …

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Explore the Alabama Civil Rights Trail in Tuskegee

In the 1950s and 1960s, the civil rights movement forever changed the course of history in America. Many of the places that created the environment for such a monumental change can be found here, in our own backyard. Alabama’s role in the civil rights movement is undeniable. Across the state, …

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How To Watch Kings vs Trail Blazers: NBA Live Stream Info, TV Channel, Time, Game Odds

Until the 1st trimester We saw fireworks a quarter as the Portland Trail Blazers and Sacramento Kings combined for 72 points. Neither team has the game up, but Portland leads 38-34. Rip City bet on the performance of center Jusuf Nurkic, who achieved a double-double with 14 points and ten …

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Land Purchase Would Add 40 Acres to Ice Age Trail | Regional

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2022 State Park and Forest Admission Stickers and Passes available for purchase November 26

FROM THE WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that 2022 state park and forest entry passes go on sale November 26. Get ahead and give those seeking adventure access to some of Wisconsin’s most scenic areas, including thousands of miles of trails, …

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Board of Directors Kicks Off Obern Trail Lighting Improvement Project | Local News

The Obern Trail cycle path in Goleta will soon feature new energy-efficient LED lighting, as the Santa Barbara County Supervisory Board approved the project at Tuesday’s meeting. According to the staff report, the 21-mile loop trail that begins at Goleta Beach is the “South Coast’s most voluminous Class I trail.” …

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Work on the end of the Treadwell Ditch trail

Treadwell Ditch Sign (Photo credit: Trail Mix, Inc.) Juneau, Alaska (KINY) – Trail Mix has recently worked on a number of trails in the Juneau area. The organization’s mission is to develop and maintain the Juneau trail network. They help bring people and resources together to improve trails and activities. …

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Crews will inaugurate the Cotoni-Coast Dairies – Santa Cruz Sentinel trail network in December

DAVENPORT – The Bureau of Land Management and Santa Cruz Mountains Trail Stewardship teams will begin constructing 19 miles of trails at the Cotoni-Coast Dairies National Monument on December 1, a crucial step in providing public access to the highly anticipated Santa Cruz Coast site. North. The nearly 6,000-acre property …

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Wimberley Trail Project Receives State Funding

Staff report The Wimberley Trail project has received approval of more than $ 970,000 in funds from the Texas Transportation Commission for sidewalk infrastructure. The money will fund the sidewalks connecting Wimberley High School, Danforth Junior High School, Wimberley Market Days and the Wimberley Village Library along RM 2325. This …

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Mountain Lion Looks Down at Hikers – NBC Los Angeles

Tense moments during a face-to-face encounter with a mountain lion were filmed on a Southern California hiking trail. Mark Girardeau, who monitors wildlife cameras in the area, was on a Friday afternoon hike with a companion in Orange County when he noticed a brown lightning bolt that turned out to …

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WVU Appoints Edwards to Lead Outdoor Recreation Infrastructure Development | WVU today

Richard Edwards has been appointed Recreation Infrastructure Development Coordinator for West Virginia University Brad and Alys Smith Outdoor Economic Collaborative. (Photo WVU) A national leader in sustainable trail development, Richard Edwards has been appointed Coordinator of Recreational Infrastructure Development for the West Virginia University Brad and Alys Smith Outdoor Economic …

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Robbins and Heller win the Fall Trail Run

The 2021 Wyoming Valley Striders final race took place on Sunday with their 34th annual Fall Trail 5.5 Mile Run at Frances Slocum State Park in Wyoming. Sean Robbins of Dallas was the big winner and Jillian Heller of Nanticoke was the top woman. Robbins won this race in 2019 …

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Injured hiker airlifted off Kaneohe trail

A 36-year-old woman was airlifted off the trail after being injured during a late afternoon hike on the ‘Stairway to Hell’ trail in Kaneohe. The woman injured her right ankle, Honolulu firefighters said in a statement. Four HFD units were dispatched shortly after the 4:39 p.m. 911 call, with the …

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Lynchburg’s first Haunted Trail is complete

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) – Lynchburg is hosting its first haunted trail through the Hollins Mill tunnel on Friday October 29 and Saturday October 30 – and it’s already sold out! Ticket holders will enjoy over a mile and a half of spooky delicacies every night from 7 p.m. to 11 …

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Trail run, walk celebrates 50 years of the DNRT

To celebrate its 50th anniversary, the Dartmouth Natural Resources Trust is hosting a virtual trail run in November. Participants can run or walk on three different 5km routes: Destruction Brook Woods, Ridge Hill Reserve and Frank Knowles / Little River Reserve. Several options are available to participants. A three-course challenge …

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How to find a lost dog on a trail

“],” renderIntial “: true,” wordCount “: 350}”> It’s a pet owner’s worst nightmare: Halfway on a hike, away from home, Rover leaps into the brush and can’t believe it. Ten minutes go by, twenty, one hour and it’s time to face the fact that your dog is good and lost. …

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Find poetry in the landscape

Guests of the Northeast Wilderness Trust travel to Clear Pond on Sunday, September 28. On the site of a former camp on the pond. Photos by Tim Rowland. New trail in town of Chesterfield highlights progress towards creating wilderness path corridor By Tim Rowland Poetry is easy to find in …

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The Lions get on board, runway 21-7 at Bears in 3Q

Would it be the week? The Detroit Lions are 0-3 to open the season, as well as Dan Campbell’s tenure as head coach. But, Sunday seems to offer an opportunity to clinch this first victory. Follow live updates from Detroit News contributor Nolan Bianchi here. Second part Ongoing: Lions are …

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Glenville Sanders Preserve Trail Improvements

The Sanders Preserve has just undergone a substantial change due to the work of local teenager Nicholas Favata. Favata and her Boy Scout troop reconfigured the trail so that it no longer passes through adjacent private property. A 2021 graduate from Scotia-Glenville High School, Favata recently earned the Distinguished Honor …

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West Groton to Townsend Rail Trail officially opens – Lowell Sun

TOWNSEND – As crisp fall air now becomes the daily expectation in Massachusetts and picturesque foliage takes hold, a recently opened rail trail in Townsend could be a local destination to enjoy both. Saturday saw Squannacook Greenways, Inc. officially open the first phase of the Squannacook River Rail Trail, which …

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River Rocks fundraiser to help lead the way in Aspinwall

Participants in the River Rocks fundraiser at Allegheny RiverTrail Park in Aspinwall will get their first glimpse of 6 acres of newly acquired property that is expected to further transform the site into a regional gem. “ARP is using its 10th anniversary party to raise funds to fulfill a long-held …

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Park celebrates completion of new accessible trail at Cades Cove

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Superintendent Cassius Cash at the podium celebrates the new accessible train at Cade Cove in an opening ceremony on Tuesday, September 28. (Photo by National Park Service) Great Smoky Mountains National Park officials and partners celebrated the completion of a trail accessibility project in Cades …

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The viral camera photo does not show Brian Laundrie

Gabby Petito missing: people gather in front of the house of the fiancé, Brian Laundrie People shout “Where’s Gabby” as an officer stands outside the residence of Brian Laundrie, fiance of missing woman Gabby Petito, on Friday, September 17, 2021. Patricia McKnight, Sarasota Herald-Tribune The claim: The surveillance camera photo …

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It wasn’t a trigger line, just an electric dog fence

LEICESTER – Residents of Central Mass. may put their hiking boots back on because the mystery of a trail line posted on the Midstate Trail, which caused confusion on social media, has been solved. It turned out to be nothing more than electric dog fencing. Hundreds of hikers have walked …

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Men’s basketball Buckeyes are on fire on recruiting trail

Most of the talk surrounding Ohio State’s pace has centered around the football team. As the Buckeyes claimed victory on Saturday against Tulsa, the game was far from pretty and there are still questions Buckeye Nation hopes to see answered sooner rather than later. However, while the Buckeyes have been …

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Boone Trace Trail in Brushy Fork now open in Berea

Dr John Fox, Mayor of Berea Bruce Fraley and President of Berea College Lyle Roelofs unveil a sign marking the Boone Trace Trail in Brushy Fork Park. The sign was made by Berea College Student Crafts. The trail is said to be the path Daniel Boone took through the region …

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Nike Pegasus Trail 3 review

One minute review The Pegasus Trail 3 is a straight out of the box product that will appeal to most runners. Whether you’re looking for something a little more rugged to go to work, a more cushioned ride to rack up long training miles or to get off the road, …

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Arvydas Sabonis entered the Hall of Fame 10 years ago

In the 1986 draft, the Portland Tail Blazers had two draft picks that year. The 86 draft featured players like North Carolina center Brad Daugherty who went on to become number one overall with the Cleveland Cavaliers, Auburn forward Chuck Person fourth at the Indiana Pacers and shooting guard from …

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Grand County Trails: National Public Lands Day needs your help

When planning for National Public Lands Day, agencies try to make sure they have projects for all skill and interest levels.Diana Lynn Rau / courtesy photo “There is strength in unity… when there is teamwork and collaboration, wonderful things can be achieved. “ This quote from Mattie Stephanek was used …

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Trail Builders Lead the Way for Exciting Nature Hikes |

You don’t see them when you walk through the leaves on your hike. You won’t see them as you weave your way through an inviting crevice between two boulders to discover what lies beyond. Don’t look for them when pedaling towards a perfectly placed berm or you could fall off …

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Trail East developer abandons downtown effort

Trail East project developer Uptown Normal has pulled out of the deal. Bush Construction tells the city now is not the time to move forward. The move comes two months after city council granted Bush’s demands to rework the design of the mixed-use structure to four instead of five stories …

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Wine’n on the Chisholm Trail

DUNCAN, Oklahoma (KAUZ) – Our pride tour of Duncan’s hometown kicks off Tuesday with the Wine’n on the Chisholm Trail festival. It is a wine festival that celebrated a long history of cowboys, all of those who trekked the Oklahoma trails to raise cattle from Texas to Kansas in the …

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Bill to Congress would complete the Continental Divide Trail

WASHINGTON (KDVR) – With over 160 miles of its route unfinished, the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail has never been completed, forcing hikers to use roads to connect to the next part of the trail. The Continental Divide Trail Completion Act – introduced by U.S. Representative Joe Neguse, D-Boulder, to …

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Oregon Trail Rodeo features 13-year-old acrobat

HASTINGS, Neb. (KSNB) – The Oregon Trail rodeo took place at the Adams County Fairgrounds rodeo arena throughout the weekend of August 20-22. One of the performances on Saturday night was that of a 13-year-old rider, Payton Routier. Payton Routier had been training tricks on the back of a fast …

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Land dispute closes another popular hiking trail in Colorado

Another popular Colorado hiking trail was closed to the public on Wednesday due to a private property dispute. Catamount Trail, a hiking trail west of Colorado Springs, will be closed until further notice, according to the Green Mountain Falls Facebook post. Officials said the closure came after a resident discovered …

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AU women make their mark on the recruiting trail

University of Arkansas women’s basketball coach Mike Neighbors has help recruit one of the nation’s top prospects in 2022 thanks to two current Razorbacks and a future. ESPN 4-star guard Ysabella Fontleroy is friends with Arkansas first-year forward Maryam Dauda and first-year guard Jersey Wolfenbarger as well as 2022 guard …

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NPS: partnership helped improve Teton Park trail

By Oil City Staff on July 20, 2021 Trail crew members are working on Hurricane Pass in 2020. According to the National Park Service, sections of the Teton Crest Trail are undergoing renovations in 2021. (Photo by J. Bonney; courtesy National Parks Service ) Grand Teton National Park announced a …

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Indian Trail Rescue says ducks were used as a shooting target

INDIAN TRAIL, NC (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – Carolina Waterfowl Rescue recently rescued 43 ducks from Martin Luther King Park in Statesville after several reports of injured and domestic ducks in the area. Injurying herself and surrendering birds is an unfortunate part of the rescue job, but when reports from Statesville …

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Tamarack Fire closes part of the Pacific Coast Trail

Eastern California National Forest officials said on Sunday they were closing a 26-mile stretch of the Pacific Coast Trail as a lightning-triggered wildfire exploded rapidly nearby and extreme weather conditions. dangerous threats threatened to worsen the situation. The Tamarack fire, which began July 4 in Alpine County, fell from 500 …

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Summit County trail traffic follows same trend as in 2020

Erik Stolz is preparing to hike a section of the Colorado Trail at the Rainbow Lake Trailhead in Frisco on Saturday, July 17, 2021. Local experts believe this year’s trail traffic will be roughly like 2020.Photo by Ashley Low / Ashley Low Photography Last summer turned out to be a …

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