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Public Lands Transfer
FILE - In this July 23, 2003 file photo, a pronghorn antelope doe keeps watch as two fawns peer out from tall grass in the heart of southeastern Oregon's Hart Mountain National Antelope Refuge near Adel, Ore. A change in U.S. House rules making it easier to transfer millions of acres of federal public lands to states is worrying hunters and outdoor enthusiasts who fear losing access. Lawmakers earlier this month passed a rule eliminating a significant budget hurdle and written so broadly it includes national parks. (AP Photo/Don Ryan, File)
After an "All People's Breakfast" on Monday morning, many attendees marched from Colorado College to downtown Colorado Springs for a rally in honor of Martin Luther King Day on Monday, January 16, 2017. JERILEE BENNETT, THE GAZETTE
National Parks Visitation
FILE - This Sept. 16, 2015, file photo, shows Zion National Park, near Springdale, Utah. Visits to U.S. national parks set a record in 2016 for the third consecutive year as landmarks such Zion, Yellowstone and Rocky Mountain experienced historic levels of popularity that brought collateral headaches stemming from overcrowded roads and trails and increasing visitor misbehavior. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
Guide Morgan Buckingham holds a Alaskan malamute puppy at Pagosa Dogsled Adventures Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2016 after guiding a dog sled tour. (The Gazette, Christian Murdock)
Radical King
FILE - In this May 17, 1967 file photo, Dr. Martin Luther King speaks at the University of California administration building in Berkeley, Calif. Fifty years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. asked Americans, "Where do we go from here?" His warning of chaos or community squarely confronted racism, and marked a shift from his emphasis on nonviolence to a demand for full economic and political equality. Younger generations of black activists say they prefer the pointed, more forceful King to the Nobel Peace Prize-winning pacifist who preached love over hate. (AP Photo, File)
Photo by Jon Kleis, Special to The Gazette
This Jan. 23, 2015 photo shows a pair of women's Mountain Light Cascade boots, featured prominently in the movie "Wild," at the Outdoor Retailer Show in Salt Lake City. These days, footwear options for long-distance hikers abound. Denise Friend, a footwear expert and merchandising manager for the outdoor retail supplier REI, said a common mistake among newbies is not choosing the right footwear for the right activity: short hike vs. backpacking trip, for instance, along with incline, season and terrain. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)
Hall Raines Baseball
ADVANCE FOR WEEKEND EDITIONS JAN. 14-15 - FILE - In this April 6, 2001, file photo, Montreal Expos' Tim Raines acknowledges applause from fans as he is presented before the Expos home opener in Montreal. Raines could be elected into the Baseball Hall of Fame when voting is announced Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2016. (AP Photo/Ryan Remiorz, File)
"Actually talk about the message, the context it was created in and what it's arguing for," Palmer High School teacher Sean Wybrant said. "Like Michelle Obama said (in her final address as first lady): Get educated and make a better world. That really is the crux of where all this goes, and I think you get there by having good conversations." (AP Photo/Manuel Balce Ceneta)