Recreation And Leisure

Oregon vineyards face losses amid concerns about smoke taint

Oct 5, 2018

Some Oregon lawmakers and winery owners are scrambling to help a dozen vineyard owners who face the prospect of tons of grapes withering on the vine unsold

Trump's flagship Scottish resort lost millions last year

Oct 4, 2018

A financial report filed with the British government shows President Donald Trump lost millions of dollars at his flagship Scottish golf resort last year for a fourth year in a row

Zinke expected to OK block on mining claims near Yellowstone

Oct 4, 2018

U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke has scheduled a visit to Montana next week, where he's expected to finalize a proposal to block new mining claims near Yellowstone National Park

Judge's ruling may remove roadblock to oil refinery

Oct 4, 2018

A North Dakota judge is refusing to change his recent conclusion that state regulators don't have a say in the site of an $800 million oil refinery being developed near Theodore Roosevelt National Park

Jamaican workers at Montana ski club file lawsuit over tips

Oct 4, 2018

A group of Jamaican citizens is suing a private ski and golf resort in Montana and a staffing agency, claiming they were "robbed of tips and service charges" while working there over the last year

Tour of African American museum stirs up memories for O'Ree

Oct 3, 2018

Tour of Museum of African American History and Culture with NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman stirs up memories for hockey pioneer Willie O'Ree

Jimmy Kimmel to open comedy club in Las Vegas in 2019

Oct 3, 2018

Jimmy Kimmel will see a dream come true next spring when he opens a comedy club in Las Vegas where he will make regular appearances and also give up-and-coming comics a chance to hone their talents before a live audience

Lawmakers work on fix after conservation fund lapses

Oct 2, 2018

A popular program that supports conservation and outdoor recreation projects across the country expires after Congress couldn't agree on language to extend it

Environmental groups question refinery near national park

Oct 2, 2018

Environmental groups opposing the site of an oil refinery being developed near Theodore Roosevelt National Park in North Dakota want a judge to reconsider his recent recommendation that state regulators dismiss the groups' challenge

High court denies review of Grand Canyon-area mining ban

Oct 2, 2018

The U.S. Supreme Court has denied review of an Obama-era action that put land around the Grand Canyon off-limit to new mining claims

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