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Life’s a beach for frazzled Conte

yesterdaySports / Football : EPL Talk

London (AFP) – Antonio Conte will head to the beach next week as the frazzled Chelsea manager gets some well deserved rest after battling in vain to land his top transfer targets. Although Conte has hit the ground running with threeShow More Summary

Newswire: Robert Zemeckis is building an Ark for NBC

Robert Zemeckis has never shied away from big, technical projects. Landing a plane upside down, for example, or reinventing the entire 20th century through the eyes of a genial idiot. He even managed to make American audiences care, if only briefly, about Beowulf, of all things. Show More Summary

Hunting and Fishing License Sales on Hold in Several States After System Hack

Photo by Flickr/Bureau of Land Management A fly fisherman casts his line on the Molalla River in Oregon. Oregon is one of three states temporarily halting online sales of hunting and fishing licenses due to a system breach. Just as fall fishing gets hot and hunting season is heating up, the sale of licenses in multiple states is going cold. Show More Summary

Oops — Some Conservatives Don’t Want Feds to Give Land to States After All

Sportsmen are discovering what many have said all along, that states often do a lousy job of managing lands for all, with great benefits for just a few.

Why the Dakota Access Pipeline Dispute Rings a Bell

3 days agoNews : Truthdig

If indigenous activists manage to block the building of an oil line they consider a threat to ancestral lands, their success will be one small measure of justice in a line of injustices going back to the founding of this nation.

Wisconsin Elk Gain Numbers with Jackson County Reintroduction

Photo by Flickr/Bureau of Land Management An elk, courtesy of Stephen Baker, BLM After vanishing from the area's landscape 150 years ago, elk are being reintroduced in the Black River State Forest in Jackson County, Wisconsin. Shipped...Show More Summary

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Removes Alaskan’s Ability to Manage Wildlife

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has issued new regulations closing 77 million acres of land in Alaska to state wildlife management... This post U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Removes Alaskan’s Ability to Manage Wildlife appeared first on Shooting Sports News.

The Next Agriculture Revolution Is Under Our Feet

By Justin Adams, Global Managing Director of Lands at The Nature Conservancy, and Bianca Moebius-Clune, Ph.D., Director at the Soil Health Division, USDA-NRCS At the core of agriculture is innovation. Advancements in agricultural technology...Show More Summary

Kellyanne Conway Lies To Megyn Kelly: 'Mister Trump Only Hits Back'

Even Fox News isn't always safe landing space for a Trump campaign liar. After insisting on Sunday that Donald Trump doesn't "engage in personal attacks," new campaign manager Kellyanne Conway was apparently thrown under the proverbial...Show More Summary

Trump campaign manager: 'He's said exactly the same thing all along' on immigration

Campaign 2016 updates: Hillary Clinton's email problem drags on with latest messages Aug. 23, 2016, 6:10 a.m. Hillary Clinton lands in California as new questions swirl around the latest of her emails released, which show blurring lines between her fundraising for the Clinton Foundation and her...

Shannen Doherty Lands Settlement In $15 Million Lawsuit Against Former Business Management Over Health Insurance

A year after filing a lawsuit against her former business manager, Shannen Doherty can claim a small victory. On Monday, TMZ revealed both parties were finally able to reach a settlement in the $15 million legal battle, where the actress claimed her ex management firm was negligent with her health insurance leading to her late breast [...]

Shannen Doherty -- Scores Settlement in Cancer Lawsuit Against Ex-Manager

Shannen Doherty just landed a settlement in that huge $15 million lawsuit she filed against her ex-manager for allegedly screwing up her health insurance. We broke the story... Shannen sued her former management firm, claiming they mismanaged her…

Gaze in awe at Elon Musk’s historic 156-foot erection

First retrieved Falcon 9 goes on permanent display SpaceX has retired the first rocket it managed to land in one piece and erected the remains on Sunday outside the company's US headquarters.…

Obama Administration Flouts Law (Again) to Benefit Anti-Hunting Pals

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) and its Obama-appointed director have issued new regulations closing 77 million acres of land (an area larger than 45 of the country’s 50 states) in Alaska to state wildlife management, including predator control and other established means and methods of hunting. Show More Summary

How Bill Heavey Got Skunked During One of the Country’s Craziest Salmon Runs

Photo by Ryan Inzana Surrounded by thousands of spawning fish, the author managed to land not one. If the chain-smoking angler upstream gets any closer, we’ll both be sucking on that cigarette. The guy has eyebrows like huge leeches, and he’s muttering incessantly to himself in one of the Slavic languages. Show More Summary

New US Navy Osprey to Conduct More Aircraft Carrier Night Missions

Kris Osborn Security, A very big deal.  Managing wind, rough seas, changing carrier water speed, carrier deck movements and more dangerous night-time landings, Navy Osprey pilots conducted a series of maneuvers with an MV-22 tilt-rotor...Show More Summary

Arizona Sportsmen Identify Hunting and Fishing Areas Most Worthy of Conservation

New data will help land management agencies prioritize the conservation needs of Arizona’s most valued hunting and fishing areas PHOENIX, Ariz. — When it comes to telling others about their “secret” spots, hunters and anglers are famous for holding their cards close to their game vests and wading jackets. Show More Summary

GIS Tech is @Esri Specialty

At the recent 2016 InfoAg Conference we had the chance to learn about Esri, a software company that allows growers to integrate high-resolution imagery, field observations, and real-time data feeds to help growers manage their land more efficiently with GIS technology. Show More Summary

A Recruiting Startup's Strategy For Acquiring Its First Customers

New recruiting platform UpScored has managed to land 13 pilot clients. Taking a niche approach and providing high-touch service have helped along the way.

Saving the Great Barrier Reef Will Cost $6 Billion, But It Could Be Worse

New report from the Queensland government recommends altering land use and improvement farm management.

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