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  • What's the nerdiest roadtrip you can think of?

    What's the nerdiest roadtrip you can think of?

    News of flash floods, radon huffing and more.

  • Coming home to roost

    Coming home to roost

    When Paulina turns out to be Paul, the killing cone can set things right.

  • Bring on the chickens

    Bring on the chickens

    There’s nothing funnier or more educational than a flock of backyard chickens.

  • Easter and the urban farmer

    Ari LeVaux ponders the Easter lessons he’s learned by raising chickens in his backyard.

  • Heard around the West

    Anchovies and evolution clash in Idaho; why do chickens cross the road; cockfighting in California; unexpected Arizona refunds; short enough now to fly a plane; deer meets Wal-Mart in Nebraska

  • Heard around the West

    Miraculous Colorado chickens; Bob Meinecke’s outdoor memories; Ann Coulter vs. Pima County; Benedictines seek brewery; too many "welfare eagles" in Homer, Alaska

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