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Traders use lockdown as excuse to hike commodity prices

Traders use lockdown as excuse to hike commodity prices

File photo: Customers are seen buying vegetables at a Dhaka kitchen market Rajib Dhar/Dhaka Tribune Customers suspect a strong syndicate that is manipulating prices to make a quick profit at their expense The second day of the ongoing countrywide strict lockdown, to curb the spread of Covid-19, saw high prices for essential commodities in the […]

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Camping World Truck Series Playoff Watch 2021

Camping World Truck Series Playoff Watch 2021

By Sean Montgomery | Friday, July 23, 2021 Saved to `My Liked Photos` Sarah Stier | Getty Images 1 of 12 View Fullscreen Only two weeks remain until the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series regular-season finale at Watkins Glen International (Aug. 7). The series makes its highly-anticipated return to the New York road course with […]

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Two Hikers Rescued in Separate Incidents – NH Fish and Game Department

Two Hikers Rescued in Separate Incidents – NH Fish and Game Department

CONTACT:Lieutenant James Kneeland603-744-5470603-271-3361July 19, 2021 Lincoln, NH – On Sunday, July 18, at 3:05p.m., the New Hampshire Fish & Game Department was notified of a hiker suffering a medical emergency on the Liberty Springs Trail in Lincoln. Samuel Mitchell, 67, of Belfast, ME, was hiking as part of a group when he experienced a medical […]

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New Kings Island camping resort opens to give Warren County new ‘glamping’ option – Dayton Daily News

New Kings Island camping resort opens to give Warren County new ‘glamping’ option – Dayton Daily News

New Kings Island camping resort opens to give Warren County new ‘glamping’ option  Dayton Daily News Source link

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Montgomery Co. council member introduces bill to further limit rent hikes

Montgomery Co. council member introduces bill to further limit rent hikes

Montgomery County Council member Will Jawando is seeking to pass a bill that would further limit rent increases. Montgomery County Council member Will Jawando is seeking to pass a bill that would further limit rent increases in the Maryland county. The proposed bill builds on Maryland’s COVID-19 Rental Relief Act, signed by Gov. Larry Hogan […]

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FAITH: Camping in God’s great wilderness

FAITH: Camping in God’s great wilderness

My wife and I enjoy camping. As I was sharing one of our trips with my good friend Clay McFerrin, Editor and Publisher of a small newspaper, he also spoke of the enjoyment of camping he and his wife receives from exploring God’s nature. He sent me the following and I want to share it […]

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Kid-friendly hikes in metro Phoenix: 4 family-friendly trails

Kid-friendly hikes in metro Phoenix: 4 family-friendly trails

In Arizona, a summertime trifecta of wildfires, forest closures and excessive heat can challenge even the most determined hikers.  When escape to cooler mountain climes isn’t an option, the scramble to find suitable hikes that are close by, offer a little shade and are entertaining for kids and satisfying for adult hikers can be challenging. But it is possible […]

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The Best Car Camping Gear for 2021

The Best Car Camping Gear for 2021

Photo: Brent Rose/Gizmodo I lived in a van for five years, which is quite a long time. In fact, I lived in that thing for longer than I’ve lived in any other place since leaving my childhood home. Strangely, I found moving out of a van to be more stressful than moving into one. I […]

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Hiking 20 Lakes Loop with Sally & Fannie

Hiking 20 Lakes Loop with Sally & Fannie

I just returned from a few days of camping at the Saddlebag Lake area, one of my favorite summer hangouts. To get to Saddlebag Lake, I exited the east entrance to Yosemite National Park at Tioga Pass, then drove east on Hwy 120 about 2 miles to Saddlebag Road. Heading up the mostly dirt road […]

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Colorado utilities submit proposals to recover costs from February deep freeze

Colorado utilities submit proposals to recover costs from February deep freeze

Customers across Colorado could see higher electric and natural gas bills if regulators approve proposals by utilities to recover costs from a winter storm that had them scrambling along with many other companies to buy enough fuel to make it through the freezing weather. During its meeting Wednesday, the Colorado Public Utilities Commission will consider […]

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