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Twist of Fate provides outlet for physically challenged hunters

LEONARD, N.D. (Valley News Live) - Imagine not being able to do something you love because of a physical disability. Twist of Fate is providing an outlet for hunters that once felt it was impossible to enjoy the hobby. This provides an opportunity to make the sport of archery more...
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Skagway businesses struggle to find antifreeze to winterize seasonal use buildings

Widespread shortages of plumbing-grade antifreeze have made winterizing buildings in the seasonal cruise ship community of Skagway a difficult process this fall. Both the local hardware store and fuel company have hit roadblocks in supplying the organic chemical compound that many seasonal businesses use to keep their pipes from freezing in the winter.
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How to clean a garbage disposal to kill bacteria and eliminate stink

To clean your garbage disposal, add baking soda and vinegar in the disposal, let the mixture sit for 10 minutes, and then flush with hot water. To naturally deodorize your disposal, grind up thinly sliced citrus peels. Tougher buildup or odors may require combining or repeating methods for best results.
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All Bollinger facilities open, operational after Hurricane Ida

(LOCKPORT, La.) — Bollinger Shipyards on Friday announced that all 11 of its facilities are now open and operational following Hurricane Ida’s landfall last month near Port Fourchon, La., as a Category 4 storm. Bollinger’s facilities in Port Fourchon, Larose, Lockport and Houma suffered significant damage as a result of...
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Banking on water that never came

Nestled below rocky outcroppings dotted with junipers on the eastern shore of old Tule Lake, John Prosser’s 97-acre homestead at Bloody Point is a haven amidst the chaos of the Klamath Basin water crisis. Prosser, a history buff, purchased the property last fall, its fields having sat largely fallow for...

67231 386th Avenue Lake City, MN 55041

4 Beds | 1 Baths | 2,432 Sq Ft | Single Family Residence | MLS # 6104830. Welcome home to country living to this incredible farm with a newer built home than your standard Farm. Have your dream come true with multiple outbuildings and a healthy amount of acreage with 15 acres. In the home, you'll see vaulted, cathedral-style ceilings, abundant natural light, oak cabinetry and hardwood & tiled floors. You'll love the two main floor bedrooms, large mudroom to kick your boots off, dual heating system with central heat & air as well as an eco-friendly geothermal system. There are 4 total bedrooms, with a potential to convert loft into a bedroom with upstairs bathroom. Lower level is roughed in for another bath and family room. Outbuildings include: 30 x 64 shed, Barn with Running Water, 55 x 80 Shed, 20 x 32 shop with overhead door and 400-amp service for outbuildings. Potential to have 2nd home on property due to 2 addresses subject to special conditions.* Additional 75 Tillable Acres for Sale.

How to Wash a Baseball Hat So It Doesn’t Lose Its Shape

Knowing how to wash a hat the right way will keep your favorite baseball cap looking sharp. Whether it’s covered in sweat stains or starting to look a bit dingy, follow these simple steps and use the best laundry detergent to get it squeaky-clean once again—without getting it bent out of shape in the process.

Communities in South Terrebone continue to struggle after Ida

MONTEGUT, La. — Residents in one South Terrebone community are doing what they can to help each other recover from Hurricane Ida. In Point-Aux-Chenes down LA-665, there is still no running water or electricity for residents. Theresa Dardar of the Pointe-Au-Chien Indian Tribe says out of the 80 homes in their community, only 12 are inhabitable. The tribe, an indigenous people of the Terrebonne Basin, is a State-recognized tribe. Dardar says they have been pushing for Federal Recognition since the 1990s after Hurricane Andrew.

Martin Stephenson & The Daintees set to play Brighton gig

‘I Cried For You’ is the brand new single from Martin Stephenson and The Daintees. The single is taken from the new album ‘Howdy Honcho’ and is available now via Martin’s Bandcamp page, you can hear the single HERE. Martin Stephenson & The Daintees have announced nine autumn shows which...

Wild Mushroom Caviar

Wild Mushroom Caviar (“Ikra” in Russian; literal meaning: “caviar”) is a staple of Russian cuisine. That’s a delicious mushroom spread cooked with onions, garlic, and herbs. Hello everyone – happy almost Friday! I hope you are enjoying the early autumn. Now, who is excited about another Russian recipe? I haven’s...

The Best Sous Vide Cooker to Make Restaurant-Worthy Dishes at Home

Sous vide cooking at home may seem reserved for only the most accomplished of amateur cooks. In reality, few techniques are more hands-off than this; it’s literally set-it-and-forget-it cooking. Sous vide cookers heat water to a highly specific degree, so all you need to do is put your preferred food in a waterproof bag and put it in the bath until perfectly cooked. And while you can buy fancy gadgets to shrink-wrap your food before putting it in the water bath, it’s certainly not necessary for stunning results.

Officials Warn Hamilton Residents of Rising Cases of Legionnaires' Disease

Legionnaires' disease is on the rise in Hamilton Township, Mercer County, as four new cases were reported since May of last year according to a release from the township. With the 5 prior reported cases last year, and the 4 since, 3 of which were fatal, officials are working with residents and owners of multi-unit buildings about the potential for legionella bacteria in their water supply. The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Trenton Water Works is currently monitoring the water supply and has confirmed the bacteria in homes and businesses in Hamilton Township.

How to Clean and Prepare Fresh Red Beets

Earlier this month my husband harvested the red beets from our garden. We had a great crop of beets this year and they were plump and plentiful. Our best crop ever! Once harvested fresh beets need to be properly cleaned and prepared for cooking. I know everyone kind of does this step differently, but this is how I like to clean and prepare our fresh red beets.