It includes poetry and narrative nonfiction by biologists, students, tourists, birders, and local residents who describe personal experiences of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge and Steens
So the Steens
bought the house next door, which included a barn, enabling the first big expansion of the Sarco inventory.
Jason Lee Steens
, 19, of Melton House Towyn Road, Belgrano, Conwy stole 30 DVDs and sold them to the Gaming Exchange in Rhyl.
It was largely from Lawrence and Covington County that the Steens
, Enochs, Butlers, Coopers, Williams, and Smiths, to name only a few, moved northward to settle into the southwest corner of what became Rankin County in 1828.
With the inclusion of the Ostades and Steens
, the exhibition expanded into an overview of Haarlem genre painting between 1610 and 1670.
It took months of painstaking negotiations among members of Oregon's congressional delegation to win approval of a unique protective designation for Steens
Mountain in southeastern Oregon.
It's a long way from Oregon's Willamette Valley to Steens
Mountain, and dinner at the Frenchglen Hotel is served promptly at 6:30.
The Bureau of Land Management said Monday that a Eugene-based youth running camp may continue to stage events in the Steens
Mountain Wilderness Area in Southeastern Oregon.
CORRECTION (ran 7/16/02): Contrary to a report in Saturday's newspaper, the Oregon chapter of the Sierra Club has not taken a position opposing the Steens
Mountain Running Camp's use of the Steens
Wilderness Area in Southeastern Oregon.
That's especially true when the rumor is racing along on the heels of the Steens
Mountain Running Camp.
GRANTS PASS - A Montana environmental group's challenge to a running camp's long-standing use of trails on Oregon's Steens
Mountain in Eastern Oregon is testing landmark legislation protecting the area as wilderness.