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The Oregon Recreation Report (fishing, hunting, viewing), updated Sept. 25 by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife:

Coastal chinook and wild coho fishing

Coastal salmon fishing is starting to heat up in several areas. Weve got reports of anglers hooking plenty of coho on the north coast, and others limiting out on chinook after 2 or 3 hours of fishing places like the Umpqua. Check out this weeks Recreation Report to see where fishing is hot, and see river by river season descriptions, on the Salmon and Steelhead page on ODFW web site.

Columbia River fall chinook fishing still going strong

Numbers have peaked at Bonneville Dam but there are still plenty of fish in the river and theyre moving upstream.

Rifle deer season opens Saturday

Rains have opened some private lands to hunting and lessened fire danger in parts of the state. Check for restrictions where you are headed and see ODF webpage for the latest on private land restrictions (click Landowner/Corporate Closure Chart for private land closures) Fall Hunting Forecast is onlineBARBLESS HOOKS NOW REQUIRED Effective Jan. 1, 2013 the following tributaries of the Columbia will be restricted to barbless hooks when fishing for salmon, steelhead and trout:

Youngs River from Hwy 101 Bridge upstream to markers at confluence with Klaskanine River.

Lewis and Clark River from Hwy 101 bridge upstream to Alternate Hwy 101 Bridge.

Walluski River from confluence with Youngs River upstream to Hwy 202 Bridge.

Gnat Creek from railroad bridge upstream to Aldrich Point Road.

Knappa/Blind Slough select areas.

Fall chinook regulations took effect in coastal areas on August 1. Wild Coho fisheries began Sept. 15 in coastal basins. Anglers should check the ODFW website for updates on quotas, or call the local ODFW office for more information.

wed love to hear about your recent fishing experience. Send us your own fishing report through ODFW Fishing Reports?the information will be forwarded to the local biologist who may use it to update various ODFW resources such as the Weekly Recreation Report.

Check out the new trout stocking map

Find the location and details about the many lakes ponds and streams that receive hatchery trout from ODFWs fish hatcheries on the new Google based fishing map.

Cape Meares, Town, Coffenbury, Lost and Town Lakes were stocked the week of Sept. 23 with trophy size trout. Some additional leftover trout from a recent fishing event were also released in Cape Meares Lake.

Trout stocking in the mid coast is done for the season. Trout fishing is typically slow during the summer months but will pick up in the fall once water temperatures cool down. Most water bodies get stocked multiple times per season and can have a good number of carry over fish available to anglers.

Fishing for warm water species is good spring through fall and is often an overlooked past time along the coast. Largemouth bass, perch, bluegill and brown bullhead are the most common warm water fish. The Florence area offers the most opportunity along the mid coast such as Siltcoos, Tahkenitch, Woahink, Sutton, and Mercer lakes.

ALSEA RIVER: chinook, Coho, cutthroat

The wild coho fishery opened up on Sept. 15 and is providing anglers with some decent catch rates in the bay and lower tidewater finishing the incoming tide. Anglers are allowed 1 wild adult coho per day and 2 wild adult coho for the season. The chinook fishery is producing good catch from the lower bay to head of tide. Look to fish the incoming tide down in the bay and jaws fishery and through the slack tide in the tidewater fishery from Drift Creek on up. The next good rain event should start to move fish up river and provide some good bank fishing. The new permanent salmon fishing deadline is at Rivers Edge Park boat ramp.

Cutthroat trout fishing is fair to good in the main stem river and other large basin tributaries that are open to fishing such as Fiver Rivers and Drift Creek. Casting small spinners or fly fishing can be very productive in the deeper pools or glides. Sea run cutthroat trout are showing up in good numbers. This time of year they can be spread out through the basin. Trolling or casting small lures can be effective in tidewater.

KILCHIS RIVER: chinook, cutthroat

Angling for cutthroat should be fair to good. Sea run cutthroat should be spread out from tidewater upstream. Some chinook should be available in tidal areas.

NEHALEM RIVER: trout, chinook, coho

Chinook fishing success is fair to good. Fish are spread through tidewater and into the lower river. Trolling herring or spinners are the most common techniques, but bobber fishing is best in upper tidewater and lower river areas. A few coho are being caught, with overall catches fair. The wild coho fishery opened Sept. 15. There is a 700 wild coho quota this year. Angling for trout should be fair to good. Sea run cutthroat are available in the bay and lower river. Troll or cast small spinners along shorelines for best success.
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The economic center and the county seat of Otero county, the city of Alamogordo offers abundant recreational opportunities for all ages with over 430 acres of parks and sports related along with a Senior Center and a Civic Center. For residents and visitors, the Family Recreation Center offers facilities that include an aquatics area, gymnasium, multi purpose room, youth activities area and a weight room. Desert Lakes Golf Course, complete with a new $2.6M clubhouse facility, is a true desert gem, with the Sacramento Mountains providing a spectacular background for an 18 hole championship golf course, one of the finest in southern New Mexico providing year round play.

North of Alamogordo resides a grower’s industry extraordinaire. Eagle Ranch Pistachio Groves has Heart of the Desert Winery, and Pistachio Tree Ranch has McGinn’s Country Store and Arena Blanca Winery.

Tularosa Vineyards has won international competitive awards and their ratings are featured in the Wine Spectator. North of Tularosa is the White Sands Speedway, a popular stock car racetrack.

Alamogordo is truly an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise, presenting a year round playground of diverse activities. Nearby public lands for hunting large game, including elk and deer, draw many to the area.

Outstanding recreation, museums, historical sites, arts and cultural entertainment. Alamogordo has it all!

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The New Mexico Museum of Space History and IMAX Theater is a great place to spend the majority of a day. Here you will find the Museum of Space History which containsexhibitionsranging from Robert Goddard’s early rocket experiments near Roswell to a mock up of the International Space Station. The International Space Hall of Fame commemorates the achievements of men and women who have furthered humanity’s exploration of space. The John P. Stapp Air Space Park displays larger exhibits, such as the Apollo program’s Little Joe II rocket and the rocket sled that “Fastest Man Alive” Stapp rode to 632 mph. The Daisy Track commemorates aeromedical and space related tests which were crucial in developing components for NASA’s Project Mercury orbital flights and the Project Apollo moon landings. The Clyde W. Tombaugh Education Center is home to the museum’s Education programs, the Center includes classrooms for on site group and summer camp programs,
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Alamogordo is a charter city with a council manager form of government.

Annual events in Alamogordo/Otero County include: Cottonwood Arts and Crafts Festival, White Sands Balloon Invitational, Tularosa Basin Wine Music Fest, Otero County Fair Rodeo, Trinity Site tours, Eugene Manlove Rhodes Grave site Tour, Winter Murder Mysteries, Christmas Parade, Easter Parade, Desert Light Film Festival, Saturday in the Park, White Sands Institute, Summer Tailgate Concerts, July 4th Parade Space Museum Fireworks, Memorial Day Hang Gliding Fly In, Columbus Day Hang Gliding Fly In, Amistad Border (R/C) Fly In, Community Earth Day Fair, Summer Melodramas, White Sands Full Moon Nights Sunset Strolls, Lake Lucero Tours,
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The company is equally bullish on its running mate, Oprah, and Barton praised the media icon’s ability to help “add unbeatable taste and quality that is sure to please everyone at the table.”

Oprah expressed equal excitement about the venture.

“I love healthy foods and eating from my garden,” said Winfrey in a prepared statement. You’ll feel good about serving it for your family.”

The partnership pairs a company with a long history of success in the food and retail sectors with a star who made her name in a very different industry.

Kate Murphy, director of strategic partnerships at the social marketing platform Crowdtap, weighed in on the strategy.

“Celebrity endorsements can provide immense value to a product/brand when done right,” Murphy said. “If a celebrity aligns with a product, they bring a level of trust and familiarity to the table.”

Murphy cautioned that a level of authenticity is important, regardless of a given celebrity’s spotlight.

“If the partnership feels inauthentic or out of place, that trust is lost and it reflects poorly on both the brand and the individual,” Murphy said.

“It’s crucial for brands to invest in partnerships with influencers/celebrities who share the same brand values and passion points, as the best endorsements are those that feel like extensions of the individual’s personal brand.”

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“Oprah is clearly a powerhouse and brings a hugely trusting and engaged audience to Kraft Heinz’s new line,” said Murphy. “This particular partnership feels authentic as it’s very much in line with Oprah’s love for super tasty comfort food whilst keeping health and nutrition in mind.”

“Considering her involvement in Weight Watchers,” Murphy continued, “along with her very public weight loss journey over the years, this seems like a very natural progression into the food space for Oprah, and I’m sure she’ll bring a very loyal following along for the ride.”

Dr. Ioannis Kareklas, professor of marketing atthe University at Albany, concurs with Murphy’s analysis.

“Though Oprah is not a known expert in the area of healthy foods, she will nonetheless undoubtedly be a valuable spokesperson and endorser for this new brand,” Kareklas said.

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on a recent Friday and Spencer de Urioste and Charles Diemer drive onto Riverfront Field in a black Jeep at the banks of the Willamette River. De Urioste grabs a Bluetooth speaker from the car and plays Luke Bryan’s hit song “Huntin’ Fishin’ Lovin’ Every Day” country music is a favorite of the team.

De Urioste and Diemer will spend the next four hours painting lines and patching holes in the grass ahead of the University of Oregon men and women rugby teams’ matches the next day. Come Saturday, the men’s team will arrive early for its match to set up the goalposts and boundaries. It’s just another match day for them.

“It starts with every guy to make sure that the day goes well, and to do that, everybody’s got to do a little work in setting up the field,” men’s head coach Pate Tuisue said.

Because the rugby teams are club teams and not official UO athletic programs, they have to pay out of pocket, set up the fields themselves and train in their own time. The teams have to deal with heavy equipment and a setup process unlike most other UO club sports.

The financial struggle for a club sports team

Charles Diemer sets rope on the rugby field so he can paint straight lines for the game on the next day. (Adam Eberhardt/Daily Emerald)

The rugby teams have to purchase equipment with money from dues and fundraising events to buy all the balls, jerseys and cones themselves. They even purchase the goalposts and field markers.

Before they set up, the team goes to the Student Recreation Center to buy paint cans to line the field. It costs $48 per box, which holds 12 cans it took 16 cans to line the field for the matches on Feb. 3.

If the rain doesn’t wash away the lines, an extra layer is applied to make the lines bold enough for the next matches.

This is just one aspect of the financial difficulties the team faces.

The team has a storage area at Riverfront Field. It’s a caged area connected to a backstop used for baseball and softball. There’s nothing covering the top of it fixed structures aren’t allowed on the field which allows weather, and even people, to get in. It has a lock, but that was only added recently.

“It gets really frustrating,” Diemer said. “We don’t really have good facilities out here at all. Anyone can easily jump in and take any of our gear easily. So, a lot of our stuff we keep at our homes and try to keep it safe.”

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“It’s definitely not the end of the world but it’s definitely inconvenient,” Diemer said.

De Urioste is the main man when it comes to getting the field ready for match day. He immediately looks for the holes for the goalposts to begin his measurements for painting when he arrives on Friday.

He’s now experienced, especially with the difficult task of measuring and painting the field. He does it efficiently. But it didn’t always go as smoothly as it does now.

“We ended up with a trapezoidal field because the senior class had graduated and I was a sophomore at this point so I never had any experience with this,” de Urioste said. “We realized we had 63 meters on one side and 57 across on the other side.”

Friday’s four hour setup is a two person job. Saturday’s setup requires a full group effort.

Players head to the team’s storage area off to the side of the field to grab the posts and the rope. Some players go to the cars to get field markers while others warm up or get taped up for injuries. but the men’s B side had its game canceled after Willamette University was unable to field enough players. This allowed the men’s A team to get an extra hour of rest in the morning and kick off later. on Saturday to finish setting up the field.

With the lines painted, the team just has to put the meter markers into the ground at the back of the try zone, the try zone lines, the 10 meter lines, 22 meter lines and 50 meter line. Then, the goalposts go in.

The players bring the three pieces two uprights and a crossbar to designated holes in the field for the posts. They connect them. Then six or seven players hoist the poles into the ground.

At first, they’re a little slanted and somewhat tilted forward on one side.

They push the posts and add several small wooden stakes to keep the posts in the holes and add the roughly 5 feet tall pads onto the posts so players don’t run directly into the metal.

The team adds a rope to the sideline to keep spectators from the touchline and field. Now, it’s game time.

The men begin their warm up as the cloudy Eugene sky looms overhead. It’s ideal rugby weather that imitates the sport’s birthplace in gloomy Rugby, England. Spectators begin to arrive while joggers on their morning runs yell “Go Ducks” in support.

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Wednesday’s news that struggling retailer Bon Ton will close its stores in the Steeplegate Mall has focused attention on a puzzling business question: Why is the mall doing so poorly when other retail businesses on the Heights seem to be doing so well?

“The mall has not had a noticeable downward effect on the properties around it,” said Carlos Baia, deputy city manager for Concord. “If you go to any community where you see a large mall that starts to have problems, typically you see abandoned properties nearby. But this has one of the lowest vacancy rates of any major commercial corridor around.”

It may be that Steeplegate, which has been trying to stem the loss of retailers for a half dozen years, is facing an almost unavoidable decline due to forces beyond its control and will have to reinvent itself.

“There’s a definite trend in retail that has been going on for some time part of it related to internet sales, part of it related to shopper preference in terms of types of retail environment. That’s very hard to control,” said Tim Sink, president of the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce.

By “types of retail environment” Sink means enclosed malls, as compared to open mall like centers such as Tanger Outlets in Tilton, or stand alone stores like the Home Depot and Target located a short walk from Steeplegate.

Enclosed malls, especially midsized malls such as 480,000 square foot Steeplegate, have been fading for the past decade along with the decline of department and general clothing stores, which tend to be their biggest anchor tenants.

Bon Ton is an example of a retail firm having trouble coping with change but so are the other two stores that anchor Steeplegate: JCPenney, which flirted with bankruptcy two years ago, and Sears, which this week cut 220 corporate jobs in an attempt to stem losses. Both of those chains have closed stores around the country recently and plan to close more of them this year.

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“It’s happening everywhere. The better operators are being very aggressive, very creative about it . deciding how to change,” said attorney John Sokul, who is head of the real estate group at Hinckley Allen and specializes in shopping centers.

And while not all malls are struggling the Mall of New Hampshire in Manchester and Pheasant Lane Mall in Nashua, both owned by Simon Properties, the nation’s largest mall owner, appear to be thriving many are looking to shift away from the traditional model of depending on retail alone to draw customers.

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Sokul noted that one property in Seabrook even turned itself into an indoor go kart track. Namdar buys “underperforming” shopping centers and enclosed malls throughout the country. Namdar did not return a call seeking comment Thursday, and the mall’s management declined to comment.

Namdar bought Steeplegate for the cut rate price of $10.3 million and promptly subdivided it, turning the separate Applebee’s restaurant and TD Bank buildings into separate properties whose value is less likely to be hurt by the mall’s problems. The mall itself, on 50 acres, is now assessed for $10 million by the city.

And while Steeplegate has seen a couple of nontraditional tenants arrive, most notably the Hatbox Theatre, it has not been able to change the long trend of stores leaving and spaces remaining empty. Even Dunkin’ Donuts has left, as chain restaurants pop up all along Loudon Road.

Baia of City Hall said Concord had hope for the property.

“It’s in good shape it’s not that old. Whether it has to be a shopping mall as we know it today in the future, I don’t know, but developers are looking at these types of properties. There could be mixed type uses, maybe residential with some retail, other service,” he said.

The site is zoned gateway performance, a zoning type often used for big box stores and large retail outlets, but that could change, Baia said.

“The city, we’re ready to come to the table and work with whoever wants to redevelop this property,” he said. “We have reached out to representatives . Saying we’ll brainstorm with you, try to do something with you if you decide that standard retail is not the way you want to go.”

Sink, of the chamber of commerce, said that even in changing times a large mall can be an important part of a local economy.

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Members of Morehead’s Optimist Club gathered last Thursday morning at City Hall as Rowan County Judge Executive Walter Blevins and Mayor Jim Tom Trent officially proclaimed the first Thursday of every February as Optimist Day.

Optimist International is a worldwide volunteer organization made up of more than 2,500 local clubs whose members work each day to make the future brighter by bringing out the best in children, in their communities and in themselves.

Their goal is to develop optimism as a philosophy of life utilizing the tenets of the Optimist Creed; to promote an active interest in good government and civic affairs; to inspire respect for the law; to promote patriotism and work for international accord and friendship among all people; to aid and encourage the development of youth, in the belief that the giving of one’s self in service to others will advance the well being of humankind, community life and the world.

“We started in 1964, using various fundraisers including selling Christmas trees to help raise money,” said club member Mickey Reffitt. “Now, we utilize Cave Run Bingo Hall nearly every weekend to help support the youth in this community.”

Reffitt said every year the group helps raise more than $100,000 that goes right back into area youth activities.

“We have more than 30 groups throughout the year that come in and help run the bingo hall to help raise money,” he said. trip students take yearly.

“We have a proven road map of what we have accomplished and how we are directly giving back to the community,” said Reffitt. “We are so thankful for all those who volunteer their time to help sponsor the youth in whatever they do.”

The Optimists recite the following “Optimist Creed” at each meeting:To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.

To talk health, happiness and prosperity to every person you meet.

To make all your friends feel that there is something in them.

To look at the sunny side of everything and make your optimism come true.

To think only of the best, to work only for the best, and to expect only the best.

To be just as enthusiastic about the success of others as you are about your own.

To forget the mistakes of the past and press on to the greater achievements of the future.

To wear a cheerful countenance at all times and give every living creature you meet a smile.

To give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others.

To be too large for worry, too noble for anger, too strong for fear and too happy to permit the presence of trouble.

The group meets every Tuesday at noon at Mr. Gatti’s on East Main Street downtown. Reffitt asks those interested in giving back to stop by a meeting for more information.
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By Ben Garbarek bio email TwitterOWENSBORO, KY Owensboro’s Executive Inn came crashing to the ground Sunday morning in front of a crowd of thousands, and only 14 News was given exclusive access inside the Big E before and after the implosion.14 News had eight cameras, a helicopter and a team of reporters on scene Sunday morning.The Executive Inn stood for 32 years, and in four seconds, came crashing to the ground.Demolition crews spent the last two weeks gutting the bottom floor of the hotel, getting ready for implosion.The blasters were all smiles after the iconic hotel came down.”Things went awesome,” project manager Steve Murray said. “When you start hearing the bangs go off and you see the building rumbling and then you see the failure like you did, it’s great.””It was perfect conditions,” Lisa Kelly with Advanced Explosives Demolition said. “Obviously it would have been nice if the elevator tower would come down but for the most part the rest of this is exactly what we were hoping for.”The elevator shaft inside the hotel stood standing after the blast, but demolition crews said that was expected.After the main tower of the hotel came crashing down, the Executive Inn sign from the front fell neatly to the ground.Demolition crews said it was just a coincidence.”It was the first thing I said when I walked up,” Kelly said. “I said ‘it looks like a stage that says Executive Inn.’ It’s awesome. I’m sure people taking pictures right now are absolutely loving the fact that’s still in one piece.””The sign’s still rolling,” Murray said. “As you can see, it still looks good. That’s kind of like a tribute to this town, how tough this building was and what it brought to this town.”The demolition of the rest of the Executive Inn should be a piece of cake.”It’s a whole lot quicker to get to a pile like this,” Brett Rape with Denney Excavating said. “This would have taken us a month, month and a half to get to this point, and they just did it in a matter of four seconds.”2009 WFIE. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.Heavy snow causes concerns for some driversHeavy snow causes concerns for some driversUpdated: Sunday, March 11 2018 11:41 PM EDT2018 03 12 03:41:17 GMTWFIEHeavy snows across the tristate made roads slick Sunday night. Indiana State Police officials say they were called to many reports of slide offs and minor accidents after heavy snows pounded the tristate.Heavy snows across the tristate made roads slick Sunday night. Indiana State Police officials say they were called to many reports of slide offs and minor accidents after heavy snows pounded the tristate.
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It took just five full innings for Oregon to score 14 runs and end the Kajikawa Classic a few innings early. The Ducks beat New Mexico 14 1 to finish the invitational undefeated in Tempe, Arizona.

Maggie Balint, now 2 0 this season, was the winning pitcher of the day. The sophomore had six strikeouts, four walks and allowed two hits in four innings pitched. In total, New Mexico had just one run on three hits and committed four errors.

Olivia Kinsey started the fifth inning in place of Balint. New Mexico proceeded to load the bases with just one out after a hit batter, a walk and then a single. But Kinsey got out of the jam by striking out another player then forcing a ground out to third base.

Alexis Mack continued to run wild on the field. In the first at bat of the game, she reached first base on an error, then stole second. Mia Camuso then hit a single up the middle to score Mack.

New Mexico could not contain Oregon offense, as the Ducks had 13 hits with four home runs. Oregon scored six runs in the second inning, including a grand slam by Gwen Svekis. The hits continued to pile up for Oregon. DJ Sanders hit her fourth home run of the weekend, nailing a three run homer to left field to start a five run fourth inning.

Throughout the weekend, Oregon scored a total of 73 runs. At the same time it held its opponents to 12 runs.

Oregon will get a few days rest after playing six games in just four days. The Ducks will head to Mexico to play four games in the Puerto Vallarta Challenge. Their first game will be against Houston on Feb. 15.
cherry red dr martens Oregon softball cruises past New Mexico 14