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INDIANAPOLIS — Manager Ashley Ford strode the perimeter of one of Indianapolis' five open swimming pools, monitoring kids as they jumped off a diving board or careened into the water from a curved slide. Four lifeguards, whistles at the ready, watched from their tall chairs stationed around …

This past week, I spent a day on the water with a dear friend of mine who operates an inshore fishing guide service along the coast of North Carolina. He specializes in finding and positioning his boat so that his guests have a chance of catching fish such as redfish, speckled trout and flou…

HUNTINGTON — The Movable Project, a grassroots digital archive of recovery stories housed at Marshall University, recently announced the winners of the 2022 Recovery Writing Contest in a partnership with the New Ohio Review, a national literary magazine.

DEAR JILL: I signed up to receive downloadable coupons from a local supermarket via email in 2019. The system worked fine until about a year ago when coupons that I had downloaded disappeared before the expiration dates without having been used. Then coupons did not appear on my list after I…

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CHARLESTON — After several attempts to both partially and completely repeal West Virginia’s certificate of need process failed during the 2022 regular session, lawmakers on the Joint Committee on Health and Human Resources heard more about the policy and the agency overseeing it during last …

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SACRAMENTO, Calif. — California won’t be listing the iconic western Joshua tree as a threatened species for now after the four-member Fish and Game Commission couldn’t reach agreement Thursday on how best to protect the plant from climate change.

Declining wild turkey harvests have been a trend in several states. Or at least in my world, the whispers are growing louder about the decline in the overall wild turkey populations — especially from my friends in the southeast. Several factors play a role in fluctuating turkey populations, …

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SALEM, Ore. — Six environmental groups sued officials of the Biden administration Tuesday, saying a Trump-era rule change that allowed logging of old-growth forests in the Pacific Northwest violates federal laws and was politically motivated.

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BOISE, Idaho — The Nez Perce Tribe and U.S. Forest Service have signed an agreement allowing the two to team up on projects in the 6,250-square-mile (16,000-square-kilometer) Nez Perce-Clearwater National Forests in north-central Idaho.

CHARLESTON — West Virginia Gov. Jim Justice and Department of Health and Human Resources officials announced Wednesday that the state received approval from the U.S. Department of Agriculture to issue Pandemic Electronic Benefit Transfer (P-EBT) benefits to eligible non-students or children …

Anytime the economy takes a turn for the worse, shoppers’ interest in couponing increases. People who might have put their scissors and coupon wallets away during financially healthier times often return to their coupon-clipping ways when they’re looking to save money again.