• 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.