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She Ascends empowers women through hiking and wellness events | Lifestyle

She Ascends empowers women through hiking and wellness events | Lifestyle

If you like the idea of a women-only group that “Strengthen bodies. Feed minds. Calm souls,” you can’t go wrong with She Ascends. The Minnesota-based hiking and wellness nonprofit organization was first established in 2019 in Stearns County. From there, chapters were launched across the state including in McLeod and Meeker counties earlier this year.  […]

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Winchester Public Library Shares Take A Hike

Winchester Public Library Shares Take A Hike

April 29, 2021 Springtime is in full swing, and it’s the perfect time for hiking! Perhaps you’ve been hiking your way through this pandemic as a safe way to get out of the house, or maybe you’ve just caught your first case of spring fever and want to spend a little more time outside. The […]

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YMCA Campers of the Week | News

YMCA Campers of the Week | News

Congratulations Enterprise YMCA Campers of the week for April 26-30! Pictured left to right are Gabby Braden, Camp Director Lydia Cartmill and Jeno Smith. The Enterprise YMCA offers After School Camp pickup for ages K5-12 at all Enterprise public schools along with summer camp for ages K5-12; a state-licensed Christian preschool and kinder camp for […]

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How hikers can protect archaeological sites

How hikers can protect archaeological sites

Friends of Cedar Mesa devises 18 tips for safeguarding our past. (Zak Podmore | The Salt Lake Tribune) Louis Williams, a Diné guide who runs Ancient Wayves River and Hiking Adventures in San Juan County, looks up at an inaccessible ancestral Puebloan cliff dwelling in Bears Ears National Monument on April 16, 2021.   | April […]

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Everything That’s Ever Gone Wrong on My Camping Trips

Everything That’s Ever Gone Wrong on My Camping Trips

Is going camping dangerous? I’ve been doing it for 40 years, and it hasn’t killed me yet—but that doesn’t mean it’s always smooth sailing. Here’s everything major that’s gone wrong on one of my trips. Hopefully my experiences can help you avoid something similar.  My Puppy Ate a Toad! What happened: My wife and I saw Bowie, our […]

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Police Search for Man Who Exposed Himself on Framingham Hiking Trail – NBC Boston

Police Search for Man Who Exposed Himself on Framingham Hiking Trail – NBC Boston

Police are still searching for a man who exposed himself to two women on a hiking trail in Framingham, Massachusetts. The incident happened around 1:30 p.m. Monday, according to Framingham police. The suspect is described as a young man in his late teens or early 20s with spiky hair, a dark shirt, black shorts, white […]

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Reminder Camping Not Allowed On Public Land

Reminder Camping Not Allowed On Public Land

Despite the warmer weather gradually settling in for good, you can’t fully enjoy it just yet. Under the current provincial COVID-19 rules and regulations, recreational camping is not allowed on public land. There are some exceptions to that restriction. They include the exercising of treaty rights, where written authorization has been issued by the […]

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Tech industry group funded by Amazon, Facebook and Google supports a corporate tax hike

Tech industry group funded by Amazon, Facebook and Google supports a corporate tax hike

Chamber of Progress, a new tech industry group funded by giants like Amazon, Facebook and Google, is announcing its support for a corporate tax increase like the one President Joe Biden proposed to fund his $2 trillion infrastructure plan. The move sets Chamber of Progress, a new center-left group, apart from other business organizations that […]

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Lady Bird Lake trail becomes ground zero for Austin homeless debate

Lady Bird Lake trail becomes ground zero for Austin homeless debate

Among the locations hit hardest by Austin’s homelessness crisis is the Ann and Roy Butler Hike and Bike Trail — the popular 10-mile loop along Lady Bird Lake that was supposed to be protected against the city’s explosion of tent encampments. When the Austin City Council approved a controversial measure in June 2019 canceling an ordinance that had […]

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Hike planned at Tuscarora – Times News Online

Hike planned at Tuscarora – Times News Online

Published April 10. 2021 07:30AM Naturalist Robin Tracey of Tuscarora State Park in Barnesville, Schuylkill County, will lead a hike on Lake View Trail on April 22, starting at 10:30 a.m. The hike is 5.5 miles long and moderate to difficult. The trails cross over two creeks and run parallel to the lake. There will […]

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