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Jun 15,2007
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission this week approved just over 145,000 hunting tags for controlled fall big game hunts. The number of controlled or limited-entry tags is virtually the same as 2006 tag numbers, reflecting the following: 5 percent decrease in antlerless tags due to continuing Deer Hair Loss Syndrome disease concerns in black-tailed deer in western Oregon 1 percent decrease in bull and either-sex elk tags 50 percent increase in western Oregon deer ... [full story]
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Jun 15,2007
BEND, Ore. — Biologists will use electrofishing equipment on Crooked River below Bowman Dam from June 19-23 to conduct surveys on redband trout and mountain whitefish, Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife (ODFW) officials announced. Angling opportunities may be temporarily affected. Fish will be stunned, captured in nets, data recorded, marked and returned to the river near the capture location. Past survey efforts indicate mortality associated with this type of sampling is very low. Biologists ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
  Possessing forelegs that are not much more than pollen brushes, the large family of brush-footed butterflies includes the creatively named subfamilies of admirals, anglewings, checkers, crescents, ladies and fritillaries – whose tawny wings have black or silvery spots. Speyeria cybele  [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
The rich kids, the ones who can have everything - but an NFL franchise - are getting ready to try again. This time, they're talking about a United Football League, which would play spring games, starting with eight teams in non-NFL cities. Smart people do not always do smart things. Money talks, but it can speak in a hoarse tongue. Have they not learned? Do they not remember the World Football League? Do they not ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
  Raoul Martial “Rod” Dedeaux (Feb. 17, 1914-Jan. 5, 2006) compiled what is arguable the greatest record of any coach in amateur baseball history.  [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
  Professional Golf Tips – Pause at top for better consistency Many golfers don’t fully complete their backswing before starting the downswing. The upper and lower body need to work together in unison in order to achieve any kind f consistency in the golf swing. [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Q: What is your best advice for getting away with a bluff? - Misty, Red Wing, Minn.   DAN HARRINGTON - A former backgammon champ, chess master and lawyer, 1995 WSOP Main Event champ Dan Harrington made final tables in 2003 and 2004 and has made $4.5 million in lifetime tourney winnings. Known for his tight play, 'Action Dan' is also the author of the well-respected 'Harrington on Hold'em' books. CNS Photo courtesy of Mike Stotts. A: ... [full story]
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Jun 08,2007
Bill France Jr. knew about power, for he was a powerful man. "Clout is not necessarily how hard you swing the bat," the czar of stock car racing said some 5 1/2 years ago during a meeting in his office at Daytona International Speedway. "It's how hard the pitcher thinks you can swing it." At the time, the most powerful man in American racing was discussing baseball and the fear certain hitters put in pitchers. ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
  Wildlife Viewfinder Guide: Special mammalian blend in ringtail With a distinctively banded tail that’s as long as its body, the ringtail is a cat-sized mammal that appears to have mixed parentage. Huge round eyes and large, rounded ears frame a foxlike face. Gray to tan fur, a ringed tail and five-toed feet like a raccoon, semiretractable claws like a cat and the ability to leap like a squirrel round out its best features. Bassariscus astutus  [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
Henry Aaron is adamant. Firm. As usual. He won't be in attendance when or if Barry Bonds breaks his career home run record. Not even if Bonds does it in Atlanta, which is where Aaron works. Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig, on the other hand, is noncommittal. Not firm. As usual. Neither man should be there. It would be great if Bonds couldn't make it, either, but although the chase has slowed to a troll's pace, ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
  Britain shocked by 1st US Wimbledon champ May Godfrey Sutton (1886-1975) became the first American woman to win the singles championship at Wimbledon when she beat British star and reigning two-time Wimbledon champion Dorothea Douglass 6-3, 6-4 in 1905. Her victory captured the imagination of the US press and shocked the very proper British audience. It was not Sutton’s powerful topspin forehand that the British and US public found so intriguing, though, it was her ... [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
  Professional Golf Tips: Good speed for uphill and downhill putts It is difficult enough to gauge correct speed for flat putts and when you add uphill or downhill into the equation, it just gets that much tougher. Practicing uphill and downhill putts is helpful. To get the most out of your practice session, try the following drill:  [full story]
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Jun 01,2007
YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK - Brian Ouzounian remembers the day, although more than a half-century has passed, when he first came to understand the heart of Yosemite. A late-arriving family of campers was being shut out until his grandparents moved their tent to make room. Those few days of sharing a campfire grew into generations of friendship that endure today. "That's Yosemite. That's the Yosemite we are losing," said Ouzounian, a Los Angeles-area general contractor. But ... [full story]
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