Sunday, April 5, 2020
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Meriwether Lewis, William Clark and the rest of the Corps of Discovery were the first white men to cross the western half of the U.S. in 1804.

Learn two ways to disinfect water from natural freshwater sources to use for drinking, cooking, washing dishes and brushing teeth in an emergency.

If you need a feather fix until cold winter weather really sets in, try some of Scott Shalaway's suggestions for online birding.

Judith Sutherland urges us to enjoy the open horizon, sunrise to sunset, and plant a flower or two while we can.

November may seem a dull and lifeless prelude to a long, uneventful winter, but the struggle for life continues every day.

Hiram resident Chuck Defer completed a thru-hike of the Appalachian Trail this summer, meeting George Lightcap along the way.

Consider your outdoor endeavors and add a degree of caution as you enjoy each day afield or on the water. Be safe. Don't be careless and clumsy.

Centipedes and millipedes are harmless invertebrates that occasionally occur indoors, but seldom warrant chemical control.

Since his wife brought home that spectacular eastern Hercules beetle he described in his column a few weeks ago, Scott Shalaway has embraced beetlemania.

Drinking water is the top priority on any outdoor adventure, especially for hunters, fishers, and hikers heading into the backcountry.
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