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  1. Ebola sleuths scour DR Congo jungle for source of outbreakRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PhysOrg Weblog

    Medical sleuths are deep in the jungle of the DR Congo trying to track down the origins of the latest Ebola outbreak in the country. It is a different strain than the one that has swept three west African countries this year, killing nearly 4,900, and its toll of 49 so far is extremely modest in comparison.

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  2. Arctic Cat Reports Fiscal 2015 Second Quarter ResultsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 30 | Business Wire

    Arctic Cat Inc. today reported net earnings of $15.4 million, or $1.18 per diluted share, on higher net sales of $262.5 million for the fiscal 2015 second quarter ended September 30, 2014. As previously announced, the company recorded a non-recurring charge of approximately $5.4 million pretax for ATV warranty expense that reduced 2015 second quarter earnings by $0.26 per diluted share.

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  3. Ebola sleuths scour DR Congo jungle for source of outbreakRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Standard

    Medical sleuths are deep in the jungle of the DR Congo trying to track down the origins of the latest Ebola outbreak in the country. It is a different strain than the one that has swept three west African countries this year, killing nearly 4,900, and its toll of 49 so far is extremely modest in comparison.

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  4. Sportsmen seek room for wildlife amid drilling pushRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Westerner

    Sportsmen's groups see the White River plan as a key opportunity for BLM to enhance protections for backcountry lands that nourish big game and imperiled birds like the greater sage grouse. The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership has mobilized hundreds of Colorado sportsmen and more than a dozen hunting- and fishing-related businesses to lobby BLM to set aside nearly two dozen backcountry conservation areas under the field office's jurisdiction, totaling about 230,000 acres.

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  5. Sportsmen's Report for October 23: ATVs not allowed for transportRead the original story

    Wednesday | Clearwater Tribune

    Q: Can I use my ATV to transport myself or others from camp to a hunting location prior to legal shooting hours in a unit where the Motorized Hunting Rule applies? Transporting yourself or others on a trail prior to legal shooting hours with the intent to hunt is a violation of the Motorized Hunting Rule, even if the firearm is cased during transport. This use is considered an aid to your hunt.

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  6. Search near abandoned car fails to turn up missing ex-Harlem GlobetrotterRead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    Police in Northern California have called off a search through remote terrain for former Harlem Globetrotters player Rico Omarr Harris, whose car was found in the area nearly two weeks ago, authorities said on Wednesday. "There's been no sign of him," said Lieutenant Lance Faille of the Yolo County Sheriff's Office, adding authorities were still seeking Harris but no longer combing the area near his abandoned car.

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  7. Ex-Globetrotter vanishes in remote area of CaliforniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SLAM! Sports

    Police in Northern California have called off a search through remote terrain for former Harlem Globetrotters player Rico Omarr Harris, whose car was found in the area nearly two weeks ago, authorities said on Wednesday. "There's been no sign of him," said Lieutenant Lance Faille of the Yolo County Sheriff's Office, adding authorities were still seeking Harris but no longer combing the area near his abandoned car.

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  8. Search near abandoned car fails to turn up missing ex-Globetrotter Rico Omarr HarrisRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | SLAM! Sports

    Police in Northern California have called off a search through remote terrain for former Harlem Globetrotters player Rico Omarr Harris, whose car was found in the area nearly two weeks ago, authorities said on Wednesday. "There's been no sign of him," said Lieutenant Lance Faille of the Yolo County Sheriff's Office, adding authorities were still seeking Harris but no longer combing the area near his abandoned car.

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  9. Compass Diversified Holdings Announces Third Quarter 2014 Earnings and Conference Call InformationRead the original story

    Wednesday | Sys-Con Media

    The passcode is 23434088. Please dial into the call at least five minutes before the scheduled start time.

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  10. McHenry County Board approves cost controls on government surplus purchasesRead the original story

    Wednesday | Northwest Herald

    H. Rick Bamman - hbamman@shawmedia.com McHenry County Sheriff's MRAP vehicle maneuvers down Sunset Drive in Holiday Hills on Thursday, Oct. 16 after two McHenry County Sheriff's deputies were shot. The proposal came from Associate County Administrator for Finance Ralph Sarbaugh, who has expressed concern that “free” surplus under a federal program that funnels it to local law enforcement can come with significant associated costs, especially when it comes to vehicles.

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  11. Worst Week Ever!: Oct.16-22Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Cincinnati CityBeat

    Even though everyone has given up on watching the University of Cincinnati's football team this season because they aren't very good, that didn't stop coach Tommy Tuberville from introducing President George W. Bush to some of the squad down in Dallas before the team won big over Southern Methodist University. In addition to handling the pregame coin flip, President Bush also spoke with many of UC's players and staff in the locker room before kickoff.

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  12. Polaris revises outlook after strong 3QRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Star Tribune

    Polaris Industries Inc. said its third quarter profit soared 20 percent, beating analysts' forecasts, and it raised its outlook for the rest of the year. The maker of all-terrain vehicles and snowmobiles said profit from ongoing operations was $140.8 million, or $2.06 a share.

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  13. Guilford-area board, educators debate use of Facebook in schoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Bangor Daily News

    These two questions prompted a lengthy discussion at the Oct. 4 meeting of SAD 4 as directors wrestled with two proposed changes in school policies. One proposal would eliminate this sentence from the student computer and Internet rules policy: "Use of chat rooms, Internet messenger, blogs, social networks, email systems rather than First Class or creating and posting personal websites is prohibited without direct supervision of a teacher."

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  14. N.J. State Police seek help in identifying 2 suspects in Oldmans Township burglariesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Gloucester County Times

    New Jersey State Police are seeking help from the public in identifying two individuals involved in an alleged burglary that was reported on Oct. 14, authorities say. Surveillance captured this photo of the male suspect riding the ATV that was stolen, according to police.

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  15. UPDATE 2-Polaris beats on profit, raises forecast yet againRead the original story

    Wednesday | Reuters

    Polaris Industries Inc reported a higher-than-expected quarterly profit on Wednesday, lifted by strong demand for its snowmobiles, motorcycles and other off-road and specialty vehicles in every region outside Europe. The Minneapolis-based company also raised its forecast for full-year earnings, the third time it has done so this year.

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  16. With a click of a mouse, tech savvy Dallas student purchases GEICO's 13 millionth policyRead the original story

    Wednesday | Business Wire

    Who would have thought buying car insurance online would turn into GEICO history. That's exactly what happened when Jay and Lindsey Armstrong signed up recently for a new auto insurance policy on geico.com .

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  17. AOAA gets grant to improve access to WhalebackRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The News Item

    The Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area is in the works to create a new look at an old rock formation that has already drawn geologists and tourists from around the world. A $150,000 grant to build an observation deck overlooking the Whaleback was approved by the Commonwealth Financing Authority, state Sen. John R. Gordner and Rep. Kurt Masser announced Tuesday.

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  18. Tentative agreement considered between city of Streetsboro ant ATV-riding Ferguson Road residentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | Thegatewaynews.com

    A tentative agreement appears to have been reached between the city and a Ferguson Road resident who has been criticized by neighbors who say all-terrain vehicles ridden on his property are too loud and create too much dust. The proposed agreement would prohibit Ferguson Road resident John Diezic from using the larger ATV track on his property, said Law Director David Maistros.

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  19. Former Harlem Globetrotters player goes missing near Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | SFGate

    A former Harlem Globetrotters player was reported missing after he left his Southern California home for a trip to Seattle and his car was found abandoned west of Sacramento, officials said. Rico Omarr Harris , 37, left his home in Alhambra on Oct. 10 about 1 a.m. with plans to drive to see his girlfriend in Seattle, his mother told investigators.

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  20. Thieves steal ATVs from storage lotRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | TheDenverChannel

    The Douglas County Sheriff's department is looking for at least two thieves who broke into a Castle Rock storage lot and stole four ATV's last Friday. It happened in broad daylight at Castle RV and Mini Storage.

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