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Some travelers from a handful of states may be in for a huge, unpleasant surprise next year when they find that their driver’s licenses aren’t sufficient to get them through airport security for a flight within the United States.

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Canada is throwing a party from coast to coast in 2017 to celebrate its 150th birthday as a nation, making this a great year to discover what’s new and exciting about our neighbor to the north.

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With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, here are some ideas a spectacular romantic February getaway? It’s certainly not too late. Here are some ideas for destinations that are a little off the beaten path.

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Iceland, New Zealand and Portugal have come out on top in a survey of travel agents that measures Americans’ interest in visiting the world’s most peaceful countries, according to the Global Peace Index, which was compiled by a nonpartisan organization, the Institute for Economics and Peace.

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The Bureau of Land Management, Roseburg District, has temporarily closed all campground facilities on the District due to high winds and heavy rain conditions forecasted for the next several days. The closure is effective immediately.

  • RICHARD O’NEILL For The News-Review
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I find cinder cones interesting. When they first erupt, bubbly gas-filled magma is ejected as “cinders” and pile up around the vent, forming a perfect cone. As the eruption wanes, heavier magma, no longer bubbly and gas-filled, leaks and oozes from the base of the cinder cone.

  • BRITTANY ARNOLD The News-Review
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I like to camp. Or at least I did. I’m still hanging onto these memories of what camping used to be like growing up and then married before children.

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Immediately to the south of Montana’s Glacier National Park lies the third largest wilderness area in the 48 states.

  • ISABELLA COLLINS For The News-Review
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When we first landed in Japan, I suddenly noticed a difference about the people: they were friendly, talkative and wanted to engage in what you were doing. In my small town of Roseburg, Oregon, I haven’t noticed people like that.

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CUSCO, Peru — My legs ached and my lungs burned. Snow and sleet tore at anything uncovered, the wind threatened to tip me and my enormous backpack over and if it hadn’t been for the relentless impulse to keep moving forward, pain and fatigue would surely have stopped me in my tracks.

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Gold has been found in many of Douglas County’s streams and rivers and prospectors continue to search for gold nuggets and dust.