Outdoors and Gardening

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The third anniversary of the Second Knoll Target Range is Aug 24-26.The range continues to grow toward the completion of Phase One. Plans are … Read more

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Extending hospitality to others has long been a tradition in the West. In earlier times, a traveler stayed at someone’s homestead and helped w… Read more

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National Honey Bee Day is Aug. 17. It’s a day to celebrate bees and bring together beekeepers and bee enthusiasts of all backgrounds to highli… Read more

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Here’s another article about gross-ness in the garden: white grubs! Read more

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Every life form has much to learn. Genetics may provide instincts and aptitudes, but still, muscles need training, intelligence centers need f… Read more

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Did you know that antlers are the fastest growing tissue in the animal world? You would have if you had attended a presentation by Lorna McNei… Read more

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About a dozen campers at Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area enjoyed a mild temperatures and a colorful sunset while learning about elk, deer and… Read more

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There’s nothing else to add to the title because we all know what it means. They are the scourge of the garden that says, “infestation.” At le… Read more

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If there is such a thing as going back in time, South Fork is a place which invites me there. This unique part of our mountain is a combinatio… Read more

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Johnny Johnson reeled in a catfish of a lifetime at Roosevelt Lake while fishing an American Bass night tournament that he won with partner Ma… Read more

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The seeds and starts you planted weeks and months ago are growing and maturing. It feels good to see your efforts show promise because July is… Read more

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A winter of snow was the first indicator that this summer would be a good one. When spring came, lakes were full and streams swollen. Ample am… Read more

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It’s time or almost time to harvest the garlic that you planted on September 21, the Fall Equinox or early October. That’s kind of the rule of… Read more

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In Arizona’s high country they are a variety of landscapes within which a smorgasbord of life forms resides. High desert, pinyon-juniper, pine… Read more

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SHOW LOW — During Memorial weekend, bulls-eye competitors from around the state made their way to the Second Knoll Target Range for two days o… Read more

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“…the Midwestern U.S. looks more like a marsh than the fertile fields that grow some of the nation’s most lucrative crops. That’s because this… Read more

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Today I return to my home after a week in Summit hospital. I’m extremely grateful for all the professionalism, skill, and compassion I receive… Read more

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The White Mountain Audubon Society is offering a four-part series this summer  about the many species of birds found in beautiful Navajo and A… Read more

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Anglers can fish Arizona waters for free on Saturday, June 1, making this an ideal time to take the family out for some fun and relaxing outdo… Read more

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The Concho Garden Club will meet from 2-4 p.m. Wednesday, May 29, at the Concho Elementary School in the meeting room. Speakers will be Mike o… Read more

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This is the time of year many gardeners commit to planting seedlings in the garden. Hopefully, the threat of frost is over, although we never … Read more

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TRACKS is a regional volunteer group authorized by the US Forest Service to plan, build and maintain the 200+ mile, non-motorized trails in th… Read more

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The fish were not biting very well for the kids, but a flock of osprey floated above the lake, diving for fish with some success. Inset: Grady… Read more