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  • River tubing mishaps and more

    River tubing mishaps and more

    Heard Around the West for August 19, 2013: river rafting mishaps, retraining drug sniffer dogs, and more.

  • Killing for conservation in national parks

    Killing for conservation in national parks

    Getting weeds out of the national parks is an endless war that can never be won, but many Park Service employees are willing - and happy - warriors.

  • A novel solution to the drug problem

    A novel solution to the drug problem

    A police officer suggests that all drugs should be legalized and regulated, except for meth – and that meth dealers ought to be punished unmercifully.

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