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Mar 30,2007
Late winter and early spring is one of the best wildlife viewing time periods in the Klamath Basin, which is a major staging area for migratory birds starting their northward migration to primary nesting areas. NEAR BURNS: The Harney Basin, located near the town of Burns, provides good viewing opportunities during March and April for a variety of migrating birds. Thousands of migrating snow, Ross’s, white-fronted and Canada geese as well as ducks, sandhill cranes ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
ODFW and OHA-mid Columbia Chapter will sponsor a youth turkey hunting clinic at the White River Wildlife Area in The Dalles on March 31. For more information and to register, call ODFW tel. (503) 947-6028 or OHA 541-980-2503. Cost of event is $10 and space is limited to 30 participants. GENERAL: Spring has arrived early and recreationalists should be prepared for unseasonably mild and muddy conditions. Snow accumulations are below average, with wet and crusted ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Q: My father recently died and has left his California home to us through a living trust. When we transfer the real property out of the trust and into our individual names, will we have to pay capital gains taxes?A: My condolences on the death of your father.Typically, the estate would pay any federal estate taxes or state taxes owed on the property. What your father did by establishing the trust was allow you to ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
ANTELOPE FLAT RESERVOIR:  Recent warm weather has likely opened access to the reservoir. Angling for 14-18 inch carryover rainbow trout should be fair to good. Check with Ochoco National Forest 541-416-6500 for current conditions. CLEAR LAKE: Located about 20 miles west of Maupin. Access may be difficult due to snow. CRESCENT LAKE: Anglers are reportedly having very good success for both brown trout and lake trout. Boat launching for small boats is now possible from ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Question: When is burial insurance not really burial insurance and pays nothing upon death?  Answer: When it is a “decreasing term” policy. Who would buy such a policy?  The naïve, the vulnerable, and often, the elderly who wish to spare their family the expense of a funeral.  After all, that’s what a responsible person does—prepays the cost of being placed in the ground or burned in a very hot furnace.   Pro bono legal information and ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
The building of new condominiums is on the rebound. Condo builders and developers are reporting improved market conditions, according to a report from the National Association of Home Builders. "The condo market is coming back toward balance following a period when the pendulum swung from red-hot to seriously cold," said David Seiders, NAHB's chief economist. "What we are looking for, and likely to find this year, is a healthy and sustainable level of condo production ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Founder and chair of the American Civil Rights Institute scouts five to nine states for new anti-affirmative action initiatives Fresh from his most recent victory -- in Michigan this past November -- Ward Connerly, the African American California-based maven of anti-affirmative action initiatives, is preparing to take his jihad on the road. According to a mid-December report in the San Francisco Chronicle, Connerly said that he was "exploring moves into nine other states."   Ward Connerly During ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Q: I am a widowed 81-year-old grandmother and have four grown grandchildren. I never fail to send all of them a card and a check on their birthdays. When they visit each one has an electronic device, which they tell me keeps them informed of everything they do. Apparently I have never made my grandsons' calendar, as I never hear from them on my birthday! I don't really need or want anything, but I can't ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Preferring a quiet, inconspicuous life, the American bittern stalks the shallow marshes with deliberate caution, relying more on stealth than pursuit in foraging for fish, crayfish, amphibians, rodents and insects. With reed-resembling plumage, the medium-sized heron often freezes in a cryptic, concealing pose with its head and bill upturned. In the dense vegetation, neither sound nor line of sight travels far, creating a challenge to the solitary birds in breeding season. To reveal both ... [full story]
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Mar 30,2007
Dear Mr. Berko: I bought 200 shares of Enterprise Products at $19 in late 2002. I have a good profit and the dividend has almost tripled. Should I continue to hold the stock, which is now $31? My next question is about Duncan Energy which was spun-off by Enterprise last year and it's now $26 a share but doesn't pay a dividend. What do you think of this stock? Do you think it should be ... [full story]
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