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I’ve counseled many business clients who face the same dilemma: not enough business. They tell me about how much money they’ve spent on marketing, their detailed business plan, the quality product or service they offer and their excellent customer service. They have attractive signage and st…

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I’ve counseled many business clients who face the same dilemma: not enough business. They tell me about how much money they’ve spent on marketing, their detailed business plan, the quality pro…

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Anyone I’ve ever talked to about hunting has a story or two where they’ve experienced something which could be described as a sterling example of “what not to do.” Whether greenhorn mistakes o…

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A time-honored tradition that hearkens back to a simpler time, a county fair typically serves as a demarcation line between the end of summer and the start of school. The fair is sort of that …

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Hunting season is still a ways off, and you don’t feel much like fishing, so now is a great time to take a hike. Grant County has lots of hiking opportunities for everyone from the casual stro…

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The “quarterbore” does not enjoy the popularity it deserves these days. The various .24 calibers on one side and the shiny new 6.5s on the other seem to cast a giant shadow on the once popular…

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We dragged into the house, tired, dirty and exhausted. It had been one of those days. It had started with a jolt, a little after 4 a.m., when an air horn blasted repeatedly as an unknown truck…

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In 1900, roughly 60% of Americans lived in a rural setting. The results of the most recent U.S. Census, conducted in 2010, show that number has sunk to less than 20%. A recent study from the C…

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My daughter Tammy and her husband, David Hoherz, moved from North Dakota and purchased their new ranch just three miles east of Dayville and are raising black Angus cattle.

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The other day I had quite the unique experience while doing some varmint hunting. I got to use a vintage 1915 Savage 99 lever action in .22 High Power and a new Savage B17 bolt action in .17 H…

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In a democracy, the majority rules. But when the Democratic majority decided to trade Oregon’s economic free-market system for one of central government control — while ignoring our constituti…

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As a young kid growing up in Grant and Wheeler counties, I saw lots of different guns. It seemed everyone in our communities went out each fall to go big game hunting. Nearly everyone in our i…

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Back when I first started school at the University of Idaho, I was delighted to learn that the college had an indoor .22 range. It was used mainly for ROTC training but was available to studen…

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Freedom, independence, self-sufficiency: these are great and glorious concepts. We celebrate them this time of year, whether we process it that way or not, because they’re so deeply ingrained …

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As the Oregon Legislature enters the final week of the 2019 session, Senate Republicans have left the state Capitol in protest of many things.

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June 1 was a good day. I took my little girl and a friend to the fishing derby hosted by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife at McHaley Pond. They hold it every year on the state free f…

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A wildcat is a cartridge idea that never got popular enough to become standardized. They exist purely because of the diligent efforts of handloaders. Typically these are an alteration made in …

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