A young elk caught behind a fence for days has prompted one Durango woman to raise awareness about the lack of rehabilitation facilities in Southwest Colorado and the risk that fencing poses to wildlife.
Christine Raap noticed the young elk around July 1 trapped by mesh fencing with barb
Inspired by MJ’s short-lived baseball career, the Jordan Series 01 has continued to expand upon the brand’s lifestyle-centric silhouettes. After experimenting with varying samples of plush textiles, the latest construction stays true to its leather build while enacting a bevy of sp
Purslane is a superfood you may have never heard of. This humble weed is a treasure hiding in plain sight, commonly found growing in the cracks of sidewalks, along the edges of driveways, and in other urban environments.
It also happens to be one of the most nutritious greens on the plan
In the metal bands Sleep and High on Fire, Matt Pike has always looked to esoteric sources. Over the last decade, however, he's found inspiration in the conspiracy theories of David Icke. Photo Illustration by Estefania
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Nothing says summer bliss quite like basking poolside. With the right pool lounge chair, catching rays at home ca
Editor’s Note: Community Comment is a periodic column in The Mount Airy News featuring commentary from community leaders in Mount Airy and Surry County. This particular column is part of a monthly series on drug abuse prevention and treatment.
Less than 4% of high school seniors re
You can almost hear it: the crunch of crisping lawns all over L.A., thanks to the ongoing drought and recent restrictions on outdoor watering.
It’s no surprise, then, that many Angelenos are thinking seriously about ripping out their lawns in exchange for less thirsty landscapes and a
53 years later, couple searches for wedding site
Chuck and Brenda Pierson have been in Mount Airy this week trying to solve a mystery.
The two have been in town celebrating their 53rd wedding anniversary in a curious way — trying to find just where they were married.
PARADISE, Calif. — Laura Nelson was dreading this drive. It’s bad enough seeing the mailboxes for houses that no longer exist, the dusty roads lined with the blackened skeletons of trees. But the day is also bone-dry and scorching, the smoke from a distant fire casting a too-familiar pallo