The president visited his brother at a New York City hospital on Friday after White House officials said he had become seriously ill. Any practice that fortifies your body and mind right now yields a net positive, especially during this time of high anxiety and uncertainty. For outdoors columnist Alli Harvey, that practice is running. The season opener is a cherished tradition, but it's not just about bagging birds, writes hunting and outdoors columnist Christine Cunningham. Update, p. So far the caribou and moose are scarce, but the mosquitoes and no-see-ums are everywhere, writes outdoors columnist John Schandelmeier. The number of people hospitalized with confirmed cases of the illness ticked up to 36 on Saturday from 33 on Friday, according to state data. To take advantage of the best offers, the first step is to load up your car or camper and point it toward one of the national parks that you can drive to, writes travel columnist Scott McMurren.
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