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Roanoke, Va., police ready for Black Friday

(Nov. 24, 2010) -- For the first time, Roanoke, Va., police will be working from the department's specially outfitted recreational vehicle, to analyze crime trends every hour and dispatch officers to problem areas, reports the Roanoke Times.

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Congressman urges Forest Service to support recreation

(Nov. 23, 2010) -- “Hunting, fishing, and backpacking are activities that promote a healthy and active lifestyle and provide opportunities for families to spend time together," said Simpson. "What is more, those who live and recreate on public lands are great stewards of the land, and I believe ensuring that people continue to have the opportunity to recreate in our national forests benefits both communities and our forests.”

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RV Buddies launches Project GMC Demolition

(Nov. 22, 2010) -- With the coach now at Applied GMC in Fremont, Calif., demolition was the first task at hand. As many of the parts are no longer in production, the eight-hour process was done slowly to save as many original parts as possible. The time lapse video was edited to just under three minutes and makes for interesting viewing.

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Winter is the best time for beach camping, paper says

(Nov. 22, 2010) -- “It’s quieter here in the winter. And nicer weather, honestly. Well, you know how it is. In summer it’s overcast a lot," said Kim Brean, who has been camping at San Elijo for 30 years. "I’d say September, October, November it’s absolutely beautiful here. There’s no fog most of the time, you get crystal-clear mornings and beautiful sunsets.”

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Groups seek to preserve historic Route 66

(Nov. 19, 2010) -- The Route 66 Preservation Foundation is actively working to develop resources for the preservation and benefit of the Route 66 corridor and its community, the San Gabriel Valley Tribune reported. In addition, the National Park Service has created the Route 66 Corridor Preservation Program to preserve the most significant and representative historic Route 66 buildings, structures, road segments and cultural landscapes in the eight states.

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FMCA president resigns

(Nov. 19, 2010) -- “It would not be fair to this association to have a president not fully capable of holding that office. A president of FMCA should be directly involved with the day-to-day operation of the association, and not have any distractions, such as health problems, that take away from the assigned duties of that office,” Schrenkel said in announcing his resignation.

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