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16 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Mange appears more prevalent in Md. black bears

CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) — Maryland wildlife managers are reporting an increase in mange, a skin disease caused by parasitic mites, among Maryland black bears. The four-day bear hunting season opens Oct. 20, in Garrett and Allegany counties only.

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22 HOURS AGO - San Francisco Chronicle

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Concord: America's foxy grape tastes good too

Wild grapes, dangling in ripe clusters from low-hanging vines, are what perfume the air. [...] go to your grocer's shelf and take a deep whiff of the grapes there. With its tough skin that slips off to release a layer of sweetness, its jellied flesh and its foxy flavor, Concord is the archetypal American grape. Contrast it with Thompson Seedless, ...

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SEP 28, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Badly burned horse returns home after 2 years

The Erie Times-News reports (http://bit.ly/1rtYKm7 ) that owner Jessie Woodworth says the 8-year-old gelding is still loving, trusting and calm. Northstar received skin grafts at Ohio State's veterinary school and then spent time recuperating on private farms.

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SEP 27, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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3 retired English teachers pen mystery series

Three murder mystery novels. Yvonne Deitz, Vikki Moormann and Susan Schreiber combined their years of composition experience with their friendship and love of reading and writing to pen a three-book series following the Northwest life and mysterious goings-on encountered by fictional protagonist Jean Smiley: Murder is Only Skin Deep, ''Murder is a Pain in the Neck and Murder is Just ...

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SEP 26, 2014 - San Francisco Chronicle

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Smokies' Whiteoak Sink area closed to protect bats

(AP) — Great Smoky Mountains National Park biologists are closing the Whiteoak Sink area to protect bats from the further spread of white-nose syndrome. Damage to skin tissue causes the bats to wake from hibernation during winter months and starve to death without food sources being available.

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