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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Planning Commission approves Bentonville bike, pedestrian plan

BENTONVILLE — The Planning Commission on Tuesday unanimously approved the city’s bike and pedestrian plan.

David Wright, Parks and Recreation director, gave a plan overview at the beginning of the meeting.

The plan started being stitched together in early 2019, and there was a public reveal Feb. 20, 2020, right before covid-19 hit, Wright said.

City officials also were starting to work on the street plan, and Wright said it

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Barnstable Youth Commission to host annual summer job fair online

The Barnstable Youth Commission is hosting an extended run of its 5th annual youth summer job fair virtually through June this year.

Last year, 32 businesses participated and 266 applicants, representing 21 schools from as far away as Texas, attended the two-hour event.

Due to pandemic gathering restrictions, it is not possible to use the gymnasium at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center this year, Patti Machado, director of Recreation,

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Washington State Parks Commission will meet on Navy training

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Students from a Navy SEAL class carry an inflatable boat toward the surf during a training exercise in San Diego in 2010. The Navy is proposing expanding such training in Western Washington, including to sites in Pierce County.

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The Washington State Parks and Recreation Commission will hold another special meeting about the U.S. Navy’s request to use some of the state’s parks for special operations training.

At

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Washington state parks commission approves scaled-back proposal for Navy SEALs training

A state commission has approved the Navy’s use of up to 17 Washington state parks for after-dark stealth training of SEAL teams.

The 4-3 vote approves the training over the next five years.

The Navy had sought to use up to 28 state parks for up to 48 hours at a stretch to enable special operation SEAL teams to make shoreline landings, then conduct surveillance of other military personnel dressed

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