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  • Bullet holes in bungalows

    Target shooters banned in Prescott National Forest

  • Does Utah need an eco-challenge?

    Conservationists object to proposed gigantic "Eco-Challenge Adventure Race" planned for Utah.

  • Easy does it: A sport to make your blood run slow

    Ice fishing is an ideal winter sport for those who like to take it easy.

  • Boats may get bounced

    Jet skiers and those who rent and sell machines to them are irate over a possible ban of the noisy watercraft from Lake Tahoe.

  • Just looking = $$

    An Arizona report shows wildlife brings tourist dollars.

  • Put her at the top

    The Women Climbers Northwest group releases its 1994 calendar.

  • Give me a home where the engines roar

    Race-car driver Travis Panko's plan to build a race track on a ranch near Stevensville, Mont., has many of his Bitterroot Valley neighbors incensed.

  • Protecting raptors

    A report called "Raptors and Climbers" by Kathryn Pyke of the Access Fund offers suggestions on protecting cliff-nesting raptors without banning rock climbing.

  • Can skiers and snowmobilers coexist?

    Dutchman Flat outside Bend, Ore., is becoming tense as snowmobilers and backcountry skiers argue over winter recreation

  • In search of Mount Rainier's power

    "The Measure of a Mountain: Beauty and Terror on Mount Rainier" by Bruce Barcott is reviewed.

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