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fitnessIs running stressing you out? Taking it all in stride

In the long run, enjoying exercise might be more important than tracking it
10/21/2014 11:57 AM MDT
You've seen the type. After running a 7.85-mile trail and consulting the GPS tracker on his or her wrist, a person will continue to jog in the parking lot to record those additional 0.15 miles. 
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Legendary climber Jeff Lowe making remarkable turnaround in battle with disease
10/19/2014 11:42 AM MDT - A presentation by noted ice climber Will Mayo was the main attraction at an American Mountaineering Center event last week that celebrated the annual Ouray Ice Festival, but legendary alpinist Jeff Lowe stole the show. Full Story

Grueling sport of salmon snagging challenges anglers at Navajo Lake
10/15/2014 07:13 PM MDT - NAVAJO DAM — Less than a quarter of a mile from the pristine Quality Waters of the San Juan River — where fly-fishing ties are examined down to the millimeter and a fly presentation can always improve — there's another more rugged and primitive method of catching fish taking place: salmon snagging. Full Story

Recipes to spice up this year's hunting season
10/15/2014 07:00 PM MDT - Originally used with buffalo tongue, this recipe can be used with deer or elk tongue, too. If you have squeamish eaters, keep the tip of the tongue for yourself. Full Story

Farmington man scales all 54 of Colorado's fourteeners
10/09/2014 09:37 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Rodney Jennings Bird remembers every mountain he has climbed. And considering how many he's scaled, that's an impressive feat. Full Story

Yellow-billed cuckoo will be listed as threatened under Endangered Species Act
10/19/2014 01:25 AM MDT - FARMINGTON — The western population of the yellow-billed cuckoo will be listed as a threatened species under the Endangered Species Act, U. Full Story

Bureau of Land Management announces free days for 2015
10/19/2014 01:26 AM MDT - FARMINGTON — The Bureau of Land Management and several other agencies within the U.S. Department of the Interior will waive fees to enter public lands on four days next year, according to a press release from the BLM. Full Story

Winners announced in 3 Rivers Bass Team Trail Championship
10/19/2014 01:25 AM MDT - FARMINGTON — Sixteen teams competed in the 3 Rivers Bass Team Trail Championship on Saturday and Sunday at Navajo Lake. Full Story

Chaco Culture National Historical Park offers activities for National Fossil Day, International Archaeology Day
10/19/2014 01:25 AM MDT - FARMINGTON — Chaco Culture National Historical Park will mark National Fossil Day on Wednesday and will host activities for International Archaeology Day on Oct. Full Story

Farmington Elks Lodge No. 1747 needs animal hides for its veterans leather program
10/01/2014 04:36 PM MDT - FARMINGTON — Farmington Elks Lodge No. 1747 is looking for deer, elk, antelope, ibex and oryx hides for its veterans leather program. Full Story

Man fighting charges for painting Main Street

BURGETTSTOWN, Pa. (AP) — A western Pennsylvania man will hire an attorney and fight a criminal mischief charge for painting the speed limit on a stretch of Main Street. Full Story
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P.D. James' riff on Jane Austen comes to TV

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Actors generally are eager for work and a challenge, but Matthew Rhys and Anna Maxwell Martin admit they were skittish about taking on the lead characters of "Pride and Prejudice. Full Story
'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo" star Mama June dating convicted child molester

In news that could mean the end of the reality TV show; it’s been reported that “Mama June” Shannon has rekindled her romance with Mark McDaniel, who spent 10 years in prison for allegedly molesting a 8-year-old girl who was a relative of Mama June’s.