On the Trails: Rambling

...hunting perch. At the little pond partway up the side of the rock peninsula, a dipper dove and swam, foraging along the edge for several minutes before departing downstream.On another day, well up the Perseverance Trail, a dipper was foraging...
Cultural appropriation and education: making the right decisions

...children lifted by their hair and shaken violently in front of classes, or being hit on the back of their hands with the edge of a metal ruler until their hands bled. Another elder recalled a boy sent outside on a very cold day and made to stick...
On the Trails: Frosty paradise

...stacked on their edges, or somehow held in a ladder-like arrangement. Some plates had extremely fine filaments around the edges. Still, other spikes were made of angular, linear crystals lined up at right angles to each other. And so on! Next...
Parnell gets boost from Romney

...following a scathing federal report of sexual misconduct and fraud within the Guard.Parnell was widely considered as having the edge in the race just a few months ago, but the Guard scandal took its toll. His campaign released a last-minute television...
On the Trails: Little stories on the trail

...carrying a fish up into the conifers at the edge of the meadows. After eating part...But one, living dangerously at the edge of the overflow zone, had made an...Some other cool stuff: A flicker on the edge of a beach flew up into the nearby...
12 questions: Bridget Kuhar

...I suppose it could be described as easy listening hits from off-Broadway. My favorite musicians challenge and push the edges of genre. Major influences are Felt, My Bloody Valentine, Bon Iver, Rachmaninov, Scott Walker, Aphex Twin and Bread...
Emotions high over school curriculum

...grandparents who went through this pain - of having a metal ruler slapped on the back of their hand, not on the flat side but on the edge, had their hands cut open," James said. "We do not see that here. This is not our story."School board member...
Hunting for whale & votes above the Arctic Circle

...Election Day and not rise for two months. Gas is $7 a gallon, off-brand milk nearly $11. Polar bears sometimes prowl the edge of town. The roads are dirt, because pavement won't make it through the cold of winter, and the shortcut to downtown...
Off the Beaten Path: Wildlife, our heritage

...who meets his or her first wolf on an alpine ridge, our home provides unparalleled access to wild nature. Living at the edge of one of the wildest and most intact ecosystems left in the world presents us with a numbers of conundrums, though...
Book quirks

...right; news stories are justified. See the difference now? It is just a small, small matter of bringing the text to the edge of the page/column. Computers do this automatically for us now, which is why there is absolutely no reason any book...


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