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2 hrs ago | Methow Valley News Home Page
Okanogan County has prepared a new ordinance and a list of 597 miles of roads that the county proposes to open to ATVs, and issued an analysis of potential environmental impacts.
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6 hrs ago | Prince George Citizen
Northern Health provided some safety tips for all ATV riders to help reduce the number of injuries, hospitalizations and deaths associated with the activity.
10 hrs ago | KSL-TV
Boaters at one Utah reservoir will now have an easier time accessing the water, thanks to a new access trail that was eight years in the making.
West Virginia has the nation's highest rate of fatal all-terrain vehicle accidents.
MD of Foothills will attempt to have mischief charges laid against n a man who got his truck stuck while ripping through the baseball field at Cayley Chinook Park.
What is it about "the rule of law" that makes it so ambiguous, especially to the far right? If you're talking about immigration reform, it's "what part of illegal don't they understand?" But if it's about federal lands, the "rule" is more about the constitutional tension between states and federal control, with the states thumbing their noses at ... (more)
Less than a week after the city installed fencing around protective sand dunes to keep ATV-riding teenagers off them, as much as 70 feet of the fencing was destroyed and burned in a bonfire on the beach, the Parks Department said.
There's another apparent example of slow response by call takers at the Orleans Parish 911 center when a man tried to report dangerous activity at Audubon Park.
The New York City Parks Department is installing fences and fixing gates along dunes on a Staten Island beach, hoping to keep out ATV riders who have been destroying the barriers put in place after Sandy.
All three commissioners voted Monday against an ordinance that would have allowed off-road vehicles on the county's road, and while the proposal had its supporters, the detractors carried the day.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has publicly acknowledged that ethanol in gasoline can damage internal combustion engines by increasing exhaust temperatures and indirectly causing component failures, the American Motorcyclist Association reports.
UNION – Under pressure from federal disability attorneys, the Union Village Board recently allowed disabled residents to ride all-terrain vehicles along local roads and reversed a stance that sparked controversy over equal rights in the rural town.
In this April 16, 2014 photo, members of San Juan Public Entry & Access Rights hike in Recapture Canyon near Blanding, Utah.