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Take out

The addition of a snow pack this month has led some animals to find new ways to get food. This moose was seen helping herself to some birdseed at a home just above Marshal in the Grove and Hallett...

 
 By Carlene Hardt    News    October 11, 2018

Unexpected visitors

You never know what you are going to see at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge. A flock of Great Egrets (also known as the common egret, large egret, great white egret or great white heron) were...

 

Gone Fishing

The water level at Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge's Middle Pine Lake is low and is subsequently proving attractive to a pair of blue herons. The birds are perching in trees and wading into the...

 

A delightful display at Turnbull

In spite of the chilly temperatures last Saturday morning, Feb. 10, nearly a dozen visitors to Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge were entertained and impressed by two pairs of Trumpeter Swans that...

 

Festival life

Visitor's to the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge's annual Winterfest auto tour last Saturday were treated to a variety of wildlife including elk and swans near Cheever Pond....

 
 By Carlene Hardt    News    January 31, 2013

Winter’s frosty morning coat

Cheney is shown covered in frost on the morning of Jan. 22 in these photos snapped by photographer Carlene Hardt from the ADM plant downtown. Hardt said the temperature at the time was 19...

 
 By Carlene Hardt    News    October 18, 2012

Running to stomp out hunger

Cheney folks came out for some exercise Saturday, Oct. 13 to participate in the second annual Hunger Stomp 5k run. Participation fees and sponsorships went toward cash donations to local food...

 

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