Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission gears up for opening day

The Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission continue to prepare for opening day while stocking up streams and ponds across the area.

We went to Gravel Pit Pond in Fairview for more information about the upcoming trout season.

Opening day in Pennsylvania is this Saturday April 3rd. Gravel Pit Pond is ready to get stocked up with 2,000 brown trout.

With opening day just around the corner, there will be roughly

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How to celebrate Easter 2021 in El Paso: Parades, open parks, brunch

Maria Cortes Gonzalez, El Paso Times
Published 12:31 p.m. MT March 31, 2021

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A Georgetown goat named “Dog” is a finalist for Cadbury’s Easter bunny commercial. But the Nigerian dwarf goat is more than just a family pet.

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Easter weekend is typically when Christian families celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection and then plan time to spend with family. They may enjoy Easter egg hunts, having picnics or go 

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CT Vaccine Rollout: 16 and up can register April 1 | News

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – The coronavirus vaccine rollout is well underway in Connecticut.

  • As of March 19, people aged 45 and up became eligible.
  • Priority access will be granted to those with certain medical conditions and intellectual disabilities on April 1.
  • All other adults will be able to make appointments on April 1.

People aged 16 and up were able to create a Vaccine Administration Management System, or VAMS, accounts

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Idaho’s new Parks and Rec online registration system explained | Local News

You may have noticed recently that Idaho Parks and Recreation has a new online registration system. You may have also noticed that it is somewhat confusing. The News-Examiner has spoken with Andy Stokes, Park Ranger for Bear Lake State Parks, regarding this situation and he has clarified some logistics of the site.

To begin with, he wants everyone to know that the online registration system is a work in progress

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CT Vaccine Rollout: 16+ can register April 1 | News

HARTFORD, CT (WFSB) – The coronavirus vaccine rollout is well underway in Connecticut.

  • As of March 19, people aged 45 and up became eligible.
  • Priority access will be granted to those with certain medical conditions and intellectual disabilities on April 1.
  • All other adults will be able to make appointments on April 1.

People aged 16 and up were able to create a Vaccine Administration Management System, or VAMS, accounts

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Colorado Resort Snowmaking Programs Prove You Can Fool Mother Nature

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Masks, reservations and social distancing on lifts haven’t been the strangest things about Colorado’s 2020-2021 ski season. That honor goes to the snow.

“We went from 50-degree weather a few days ago to snow. If you were at Vail or Beaver Creek [in early March], it was full-on spring skiing.

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RV craze continues: Sales are still ‘through the roof’

While the COVID-19 pandemic was bad news for many industries in 2020, the RV or recreational vehicle industry kept rolling along, posting strong sales as people looked for ways to vacation amidst the pandemic while still being able to maintain social distancing.

(For those who don’t know, RVs are those large vehicles that combine transportation and temporary living quarters for travel, recreation and camping.)

One RV general manager in the

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Police say pandemic providing ‘perfect breeding ground for scams’

Mar. 31—Groton resident Julia Pacheco received a scam call in December from someone purporting to be a law enforcement official in Texas asking her to make arrangements to pay several thousand dollars to have a federal warrant vacated that he alleged had been issued for her.

“I knew I had not committed any crimes but I was afraid someone (had) stolen my identity and that was a scary thought,” Pacheco

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PAL’s new center to raise visibility, upgrade services |

HERTFORD — Local art lovers and visitors to Hertford’s downtown will soon be able to take a step from the sidewalk into a world of local art.

The Perquimans Arts League is renovating a building at 133 North Church Street to serve as its future home. Arts League President Ed Sanford said renovations began in January and it’s his hope they’ll be completed by May.

Sanford said the new location

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Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. (ASO) Q4 2020 Earnings Call Transcript

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Image source: The Motley Fool.

Academy Sports and Outdoors, Inc. (NASDAQ:ASO)
Q4 2020 Earnings Call
Mar 30, 2021, 11:00 a.m. ET

Contents:

  • Prepared Remarks
  • Questions and Answers
  • Call Participants

Prepared Remarks:

Operator

Good morning, ladies and gentlemen and welcome to the Academy Sports + Outdoors fourth-quarter and fiscal-year 2020 earnings conference call. [Operator instructions] I will now turn the call over to Michael Mullican, CFO of Academy Sports +

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Trips for Kids TriLakes chapter opens in Branson | News Free

The Branson Parks and Recreation department never fails to offer events and programs to get everyone outdoors.

Their newest free program, a partnership with ‘Trips for Kids’, is designed to get kids on their bikes and outside.

According to a press release from the city of Branson, with the launching of this local chapter, Trips for Kids TriLakes, area youth will be able to sign up for free bike programs

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Cubs-Pritzker North Lawndale development plan misses the cut

City officials have drawn up a short list of four investor teams vying to develop nearly 21 vacant acres at Roosevelt Road and Kostner Avenue. They narrowed the field after North Lawndale residents emphasized the site should attract substantial job growth with a creative design and involvement from minority-owned companies.

One prominent contender, a proposal from the Chicago Cubs with business leader Penny Pritzker, failed to make the cut.

The

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Saratoga Springs ‘contrarian’ Franck won’t run again

SARATOGA SPRINGS – The city’s most independent City Council member, who is serving his eighth term in office, said he will not run again.

Commissioner of Accounts John Franck, who has been known as a contrarian for going his own way on many city issues, said he will not seek a ninth term due to an “ongoing family medical concern.”

The commissioner is currently battling other members of the five-member

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San Jose vaccination clinic gets musical accompaniment

Getting a COVID-19 vaccination at the Mexican Heritage Plaza in San Jose has become a more pleasant experience. That’s largely due to a pilot program that provides live music, including Afro-Latin jazz, R&B and mariachi for people in line for their shot or waiting out the observation period after receiving the vaccine.

And while the music is entertaining, it’s serving a bigger purpose, too.

Omar Rodriguez, owner of Kooltura Marketing,

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Accused Supergenius Capitol Rioter Was Wearing an ‘I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021’ T-Shirt When the Police Arrested Him

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This photo provided by the Dallas County Sheriff’s Office shows Garret Miller (Dallas County Sheriff’s Office via AP)

When federal authorities arrested a Capitol rioter who called for the deaths of Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and a Capitol Police officer, they knew they had their guy, because he was allegedly wearing a shirt bearing the words “I Was There, Washington D.C., January 6, 2021.”

Federal prosecutors disclosed details from 34-year-old Garret

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Web accessibility lawsuits grow and retailers are the main targets

In late 2020, online spices retailer Spiceology.com was changing ecommerce platforms but ran out of time before the holiday season to complete the process.

The retailer’s contract with its new vendor, BigCommerce, included making sure the ecommerce website was fully compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). Spiceology got about 70% there before it had to lock down the website changes and go

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Itching To Spend More Time Outdoors, Americans Could Be Deterred By Mosquitoes And Other Insects According To Study | News

AUSTIN, Texas, March 30, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — With spring weather sweeping the nation, and after months of time spent inside due to the pandemic, Americans are heading outdoors again in increasing numbers. However, the threat of insect bites presents a significant obstacle to Americans’ desire to spend time outside, as found by independent research with 2,000 U.S. adults commissioned by bite away®.1

According to the study,

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Developer likes the potential of former DP&L power plant in Miamisburg

“Great ideas are kind of cooking for what’s going to go on down there,” Miamisburg Mayor Michelle Collins said.

Ford said Frontier buys decommissioned industrial plants and sites, and the company been doing that for nearly 20 years.

“This type of property is squarely in our wheelhouse,” he said.

He believes all assessment and remediation can be accomplished at the local site in about three years, but that doesn’t mean

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Why It’s Time to Consider Rebuilding Your CX Roadmap

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Now that there is light at the end of the COVID tunnel, vaccinations are increasing, and consumers are beginning to change their social and shopping habits once again, is it time for brands to rebuild their CX roadmap? How have things changed permanently, what will go back to the way it was before the pandemic, and how will brands rethink the omnichannel experience?

How to Improve the Omnichannel

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Sports-Betting Companies Pushing “Colorado Water Wins”

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Close to a year after sports betting became legal in Colorado, some of the largest sports-betting companies operating in the state are launching a campaign to highlight how the industry is helping fund the Colorado Water Plan.

“Let’s make this the Colorado joke: It’s a bummer the Broncos lost, but

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