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Death Valley

April 6, 2014 FURNACE CREEK, Calif. (AP) — The perception of Death Valley is that it’s hot and desolate. The hot part is right, at least in the summer, when Death Valley is one of the hottest places on eart. more »»

Florida Keys creatures

March 9, 2014 KEY LARGO, Fla. (AP) — Activities for visitors to the Florida Keys range from snorkeling, boating and fishing to bar-hopping in Key West at sunset. more »»

Oklahoma Panhandle: Rural and quirky

March 9, 2014 KENTON, Okla. (AP) — The Oklahoma Panhandle has never been for the faint of heart. more »»

Bandelier monument shares N.M. pueblo people’s story

December 19, 2010 BANDELIER NATIONAL MONUMENT, N.M. more »»

Flyin’ high

December 16, 2010 Passenger traffic in November at Minot International Airport was up 88 percent from a year ago, according to airport statistics showing planes leaving Minot at an average of 82 percent ful. more »»

Shutterbugging Paradise

November 28, 2010 POIPU, Hawaii (AP) — The best part of the best-ever family vacation was practically an afterthought. more »»

Travel numbers strong

November 11, 2010 Americans will pay out a little more to get where they want to go this holiday season, according to travel industry analysts. more »»

Anyone for a picnic at the old cemetery?

November 1, 2010 ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Atop an oak-shaded hill at Mount Hope Cemetery, an epitaph chiseled in Latin on Col. more »»

Transcultural nursing

October 29, 2010 Rhoda Owens, an instructor for the Williston State College nursing program, is taking her students to Tanzania, Africa at the end of the fall semester to experience another country’s health-care... more »»

Zip lines enhance adventure offerings

October 24, 2010 LANSING, W.Va. more »»

Colors of fall

October 17, 2010 As nature gets ready for its next season, foliage along the Mouse River in Minot is turning to the colors of fall. Some trees have lost most of their leaves but many leaves remain on others. more »»

Geology and paleontology of Theodore Roosevelt Park’s South Unit

September 19, 2010 MEDORA – Well exposed rock formations and the scenic awesome beauty of the North Dakota Badlands in Theodore Roosevelt National Park have long attacted scientific explorers and countless other... more »»

Travel industry courting ‘Eat, Pray, Love’ fans

August 7, 2010 In Bali, they’re seeking guidance from a spiritual healer. In Rome, they’re lapping up gelato. And in India, they’re visiting temples. more »»

MSU learning abroad in Peru

July 16, 2010 Area Spanish teachers had a life-changing adventure when they traveled to Peru last month as part of a learning abroad tour sponsored by Minot State University. more »»

L.A. show has largest traveling exhibit of mummies

July 11, 2010 LOS ANGELES (AP) — A 10-month-old baby who lived in Peru 6,420 years ago and a 17th-century nobleman; a South American woman with a tattoo on each breast and one on her face, a woman who had... more »»

N.Y. public garden features poet’s favorite flowers

May 16, 2010 NEW YORK (AP) — They’re growing dandelions at the New York Botanical Garden. On purpose. The Edenic estate in the Bronx has mounted an exhibition called ‘‘The Poetry of Flowers. more »»

Naked Lunch in Mexico City

May 8, 2010 MEXICO CITY (AP) — Mexico City was a magnet in the 1950s for some of America’s greatest Beat Generation writers — Jack Kerouac, William Burroughs, Allen Ginsberg and other. more »»

More aboard! Amtrak weighs long route improvements

April 26, 2010 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — In many states, travelers who take Amtrak’s long-distance trains for vacations or out-of-state business trips board in the middle of the night and return home from such cities... more »»

 
 

 

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