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RV Cooking Show helps battle hunger

(May 12, 2009) -- For every comment left on the show's website regarding someone who has made a difference in the lives of someone else, the RV Cooking Show will donate one food item to a local food bank. Read More »

Florida woman charged in RV burglary

(May 27, 2009) -- Police said Nikki Pressler rummaged through the vehicles and the car at the home in the 1900 block of Wyoming Avenue when the homeowner heard the commotion, her arrest affidavit said. The homeowner stepped out to investigate about 10:45 p.m. and saw Pressler inside the RV, he told Fort Pierce police. She initially told him she was hiding from her boyfriend, but fled when the homeowner called 911, police said. Read More »

UPDATE: PGA pro involved in Mississippi RV accident

(June 9, 2009) -- Champions Tour golfer Ken Green was seriously injured Monday afternoon in a traffic accident on Interstate 20 near Meridian, Miss., that killed Green's brother, Billy; his girlfriend Jeannie Hodgin; and his German Shepherd, Nip. Golf Digest also reported that Green suffered a broken left eye orbital, and that his right leg was hurt so badly that doctors were trying to save it from amputation. Read More »

Fundraiser allows people to adopt an acre of national park land in Ohio

(June 5, 2009) -- The Cuyahoga Valley National Park Association, a friends-of-the-park group, is encouraging people to adopt an acre of parkland. The price is $75 a year, with proceeds going to sustain educational programs, special events and preservation efforts in the 33,000-acre federal park between Akron and Cleveland. Supporters can choose their own wetlands, meadow, forest, river valley or farmland acreage, or have an area selected for them. Read More »

RVer charged with DUI after fatal accident in Oregon

(June 22, 2009) -- Police arrested the driver of an RV that crossed into oncoming traffic on Interstate 5 last Wednesday and hit a car head-on, killing a passenger in the RV and a 5-year-old Springfield girl in the car. Police arrested Stephen Whitaker, 41, of Cottage Grove, Ore., Monday upon his release from the hospital on suspicion of two counts of manslaughter, two counts of assault 3, DUII, reckless driving and reckless endangering. Read More »

RV Cooking Show to feature a Father’s Day special

(June 17, 2009) -- "Our travels take us to the North Dakota Badlands and Theodore Roosevelt National Park. To this day, its harsh beauty continues to inspire," said Evanne Schmarder, the show's host. "When we return from a busy day of exploring we’ll make an unbelievable meal fit for an outdoor-loving president and especially Dad. The not-your-average-backyard grilled panini burger and steak fries in this episode will make you swoon." Read More »

Woman dies in RV fire in California

(June 26, 2009) -- A woman has died after the recreational vehicle she was living in caught fire this morning in Sacramento. The fire broke out around 6 a.m. this morning on Killeen Circle at the Casa Grande Mobile Village which is near Auburn Boulevard. Read More »

California city conducts workshop on RV parking

(June 26, 2009) -- A resident challenged a citation given for a parked RV. Staff discovered the resident had a good point as the code has nothing in it to prohibit parking of an RV as long as it is within the front yard setback and as long as it is in the driveway. The basis for staff’s recommendation is that the parking of large RVs can cause neighborhood issues of aesthetics, maintenance and visibility at intersections and driveways.

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Tiny trailer owners recall gathering in Indiana

(July 8, 2009) -- In May, a group of fiberglass RV owners gathered at Shakamak State Park. Travelers from Wisconsin, Kentucky, Indiana, and Illinois attended the rally to share the history of their fiberglass RVs, do a good bit of visiting, and share some great down-home cookin.'
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