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Map shows roads temporarily closed on the Colville Indian Reservation, announced March 22, 2017. (Colville Confederated Tribes)

Colville Tribe issues road closures on reservation

OUTDOOR TRAVEL -- The Colville Tribe's Business Council announced Wednesday a temporary closure of most roads that are not state or county highways withing the 1.4-million acre Colville Indian Reservation. In a period of extremely wet conditions, the closures are intended to "protect natural resources,...

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THURSDAY, AUG. 29, 2013

Wildhorse Lake, near the summit of Steens Mountain, shimmers in an alpine basin. (Zach Urness / Statesman Journal)

Steens Mountain among Oregon's top road trips

OUTDOORS TRAVEL -- If you're looking for an outdoors-related road trip, complete with opportunities for hiking, fishing and wildlife watching, consider the drive to Oregon's Steens Mountain. Zach Urness, outdoor writer for the Statesman Journal, notes that it's been called the most spectacular drive in...

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FRIDAY, JULY 19, 2013

Lightning strikes above the Geysers area of northern Sonoma County, early Thursday, July 4, 2013 near Geyserville Calif. (Kent Porter / The Press Democrat)

Hikers in 3 national parks felled by lightning 

HIKING -- Thunder storms throughout the West this week took a heavy toll, setting fires and raising havoc in several ways. The strangest detail: Hikers in three national parks were injured or killed within a 30-hour period. See the stories about this week's lightning strike...

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