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South Bend TribuneZAPATA, Texas -- I expect three things to happen anytime I go south on a working fishing trip. 1. An unseasonably brutal cold front 2. A stiletto-like wind 3. Fishing success that falls well short of expectations. Check. Check. Check. “I...
Tags: Fishing, Turkey, Lifestyle and Leisure, Middlebury
South Bend TribuneNew regulations may have led Indiana to a record deer harvest last fall, but statistics reveal the state’s deer herd, especially bucks, may be declining. Statewide, hunters took advantage of regulation changes and extra hunting dates to bag a...
South Bend TribuneHoosiers who enjoy fishing in Michigan better savor it this year. If new license fees are approved, it will cost you a lot more in 2014. Gov. Rick Snyder wants the Michigan DNR to reduce its different types of licenses from 227 to 31 and increase...
Tags: Rick Snyder, Turkey, Lifestyle and Leisure, Hunting
South Bend TribuneIf you’re a River bass angler or enjoy fishing Michiana lakes, you probably gained some of your knowledge from Don Rank. Even though you may not know him, the expertise he has passed along to generations of local anglers has somehow made it into...
Tags: Fishing, Garmin Ltd., Diabetes, Dance, Travel
NEW ORLEANS — John Harbaugh, coach of the Baltimore Ravens, stepped onto the convention center stage wearing a suit, a tie and a smile. Jim Harbaugh, coach of the San Francisco 49ers, followed him wearing khakis, sweatshirt and a stare. John...
We thought it would be a good idea to have two turkeys for Thanksgiving. We would eat one for our Thanksgiving dinner, and have one to enjoy next month with soup and sandwiches. Turned out we had way too much turkey. My niece, Barbara Nilson, decided...
The sky is still dark and grey. No sign yet of the sun. No cars are on the move, no headlights slicing into the darkness. Except for my own. It is me, my car, and the open highway as I speed toward any store that is open at this ridiculous...
Editor’s note: This column originally ran in 2009. It’s four days after Thanksgiving, and you got through it unscathed. I hope you didn’t overdo it on the yams, pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes and other dishes that cause many Americans to...
Here are the most joyous words I've seen this holiday season: "At Nordstrom, we won't be decking our halls until Friday, November 23rd. Why? Well, we just like the idea of celebrating one holiday at a time. From our family to yours, Happy Thanksgiving."...
Our second annual Thanksgiving Helper Hotline is now open for questions, ready to resolve all of your pressing holiday issues. So stop checking your bleepin' Facebook feed, and let's get started. Q: Help! I need a perfect turkey recipe! A: At the...
The University of Maryland Extension, together with the Partnership for Food Safety Education, have put together a list of safety tips for a fun, tasty and safe family Thanksgiving feast this year. Get the right size bird for your big eaters, and thaw...
The Hartford CourantThanksgiving is about tradition. And nothing is more traditional than Thanksgiving fare, particularly the stuffing. You can do a lot of things to a turkey — bake it, grill it, boil it in oil, wrap it in bacon — but when all is said and...
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