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  • Grand Canyon Closed Amid Gov't Shutdown
    Story : Posted 10-07-2013

    Grand Canyon Closed Amid Gov't Shutdown

    When five Minnesota brothers, ages 59 to 73, drove their motorhome to Grand Canyon National Park's South Rim entrance on Tuesday morning, they were told they couldn't stay. The U.S. government had shut down and the park was closed until further notice.

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  • The Joy of Six CMA Nominations
    Story : Posted 09-11-2013

    The Joy of Six CMA Nominations

    Musgraves, Swift top CMAs with six nominations each. Buck Commander Protected by Under Armour's Luke Bryan receives first Entertainer of the Year nomination in 2013.

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  • Seaing Is Believing
    Story : Posted 08-22-2013

    Seaing Is Believing

    In the tradition of Cousteau and Calypso, NOAA's Okeanos Explorer explores the wide, wild undersea world. And it's sharing the wonders of the deep with drylanders via what they are calling “Deep-Sea TV.”

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  • Stihl Timbersport Champ Visits Wounded Warriors
    Story : Posted 08-13-2013

    Stihl Timbersport Champ Visits Wounded Warriors

    The 2013 STIHL® TIMBERSPORTS® United States Lumberjack Champion Matt Cogar recently spent the day visiting with wounded United States soldiers at the largest military hospital outside of the continental U.S.

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  • The Man and the Mountain (Video)
    Story : Posted 08-12-2013

    The Man and the Mountain (Video)

    It might seem a odd, coming out of the mouth of an 84-year-old with two artificial knees: "If you're not living on the edge, you're taking up too much space." Not, however, when those knees – and that "on the edge" life motto – belong to Jim Whittaker.

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  • Robbing a Honey Tree
    Story : Posted 07-31-2013

    Robbing a Honey Tree

    It all starts with smoke, which has a calming effect on bees. My dad was a beekeeper, well part-time at least – more as a hobby, you might say. He always had a few beehives out behind the chicken yard, and sometimes on a couple of neighboring farms.

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  • Kentucky's Green River
    Story : Posted 07-15-2013

    Kentucky's Green River

    The Green River in Hart County has exceptional water quality and is home to some of the rarest animals on Earth. Paddlers on this stretch of the river can expect gentle riffles, waterfalls, bluffs and exceptional scenery to complement the productive fishing for smallmouth bass and muskellunge.

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  • Side-By-Sides by Storm
    Story : Posted 07-03-2013

    Side-By-Sides by Storm

    With the rise of the all-terrain vehicle industry, people and families everywhere are looking to buy their first ATVs. Brian Fisher says a purchase of an ATV can be an intelligent family-entertainment investment.

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  • Lost for Days in Swamp
    Story : Posted 06-28-2013

    Lost for Days in Swamp

    Guss Baker, 55-year-old St. Johns County man, disappeared into a swampy area in Flagler County last Friday. Rescue efforts lasted throughout the weekend.

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  • Operation Dry Water
    Story : Posted 06-28-2013

    Operation Dry Water

    Conservation Officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will team up with federal, state and local law enforcement officers to make Kentucky waterways safer for boaters during Operation Dry Water, June 28-30.

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