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Sports >  Outdoors

Off the Grid: On loss, grief and love

Loss came to me on a Monday morning in a bloody smear that could not be misunderstood. I gathered my heart from the floor as the trembling began and prepared myself for the unavoidable freight train of grief I could hear chugging toward me. It sounded like my heartbeat.
Sports >  Outdoors

More wolverines discovered at Mount Rainier National Park

UPDATED: Sun., Aug. 29, 2021

Amongst the mountains and high alpine of the Cascade Mountains a carnivore, highly adapted to the snow pack and rugged terrain, roams the tree line. This creature’s savage reputation is more tall-tale than fact, preferring to scavenge and feed on small mammals, and it would rather run as soon as human eyes get a rare glance.
Sports >  Outdoors

Tests show virus is cause of die-off of deer around Kamiah

Idaho Fish and Game officials said Wednesday that a deer die-off centered around Kamiah is caused by a variant of epizootic hemorrhagic disease, and they believe deer dying in other areas of the Clearwater Region may be caused by a different strain of the viral illness.
Sports >  Outdoors

Idaho fire restrictions ended Friday

UPDATED: Fri., Aug. 27, 2021

Cooler weather and significant moisture has prompted public, state and tribal land managers to rescind all fire restrictions in the Coeur d’Alene Dispatch Zone on Friday at 12:01 a.m. Although several large fires and complexes in the northern panhandle are still under active suppression, the recent precipitation and decreased temperatures have lowered fire danger and other indices that inform the need for restrictions.