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August 23, 2015 YORK — What small city in Pennsylvania captures these monikers: Factory Tour Capital of the World; the Snack Capital of the World; the First Capital of the U.S.A.; Muscletown, U.S.A. more »»

'Be gentle and deliberate'

August 16, 2015 MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (AP) — Tom Francis is a bee preacher. “I never became a minister of people,” he says, “but now I’m a minister of bee hives.” In 1983, Francis felt a calling to the ministry. more »»

Newest DU film available online

August 16, 2015 Photographer and hunter Doug Steinke grew up in central Nebraska, hunting with his father and listening to stories about magical waterfowl hunting along the Platte River. more »»

Morgan Craft wins silver in women’s skeet

August 16, 2015 Morgan Craft, of Muncy Valley, fought her way through three shootoffs to score her best international result and a silver medal in women’s skeet on Aug. more »»

Riders needed for Laurel Classic Mountain Bike Challenge

August 16, 2015 WELLSBORO — The Laurel Classic Mountain Bike Challenge will be held Sept. 12 on trails and forestry roads in the Asaph section of the Tioga State Forest. more »»

Reflections in Nature:

August 16, 2015 A few weeks ago, my wife, Mary Alice, and I traveled to Arlington, Virginia, to attend our oldest granddaughter’s 30th birthday celebration. more »»

Fruit grower to gives away wildflower seeds to create honeybee habitats in US

August 16, 2015 Wyman’s of Maine, one of the nation’s leading growers and marketers of frozen fruits and a longtime supporter of native pollinators, is distributing millions of wildflowers seeds to consumers who... more »»


August 16, 2015 For train buffs who have struggled to love Amtrak, Pullman Rail Journeys is a godsend. more »»

Visit includes high-end hotel, minor league baseball

August 16, 2015 On a recent visit to New Orleans, my father, his brother and I defied expectation. more »»


August 9, 2015 BOCA RATON, Fla. — It was a turtle emancipation. Over 600 baby sea turtles got a second chance at life Monday when they were released into the ocean off of Boca Raton by Ft. more »»

Reflections in Nature:

August 9, 2015 On July 1, Deborah Stackhouse, of Hughesville, wrote in a letter that a friend of hers who lives in Picture Rocks found a decapitated rabbit inside her fenced-in-yard. more »»

Hatchery helps restore endangered Wyo. toad

August 9, 2015 CASPER, Wyo. (AP) — The secret to feeding a young Wyoming toad is to use a spice bottle. more »»

Game Commission announces early migratory bird seasons

August 9, 2015 Pennsylvania’s early migratory bird seasons have been approved, and dove hunters will need to pay particular attention to the dates on which seasons start and end. more »»

Fish commission unveils big trout program, seeks public help in naming

August 9, 2015 HARRISBURG — Trout anglers will have an exciting opportunity to fish for big trout in eight streams next year under a new program being launched by the state Fish and Boat Commission, and the agency... more »»

Shark tours serve up face time with fearsome fish

August 9, 2015 HONOLULU (AP) — On a calm, early mid-July morning, beneath the surface of the cobalt-blue Hawaiian sea 3 miles from shore, a silent communication was taking place between two species of predator. more »»

Great egret: The stately stalker

August 9, 2015 August is a popular month for water activities in the local area, especially boating, swimming and fishing. more »»



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