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  • Bear Causes Traffic Jam This bear caused a traffic jam after it climbed a tree near the freeway and drivers had to gawk as emergency services tried to get him down, ultimately using a tranquilizer dart. Bears are now everywhere. Getting into jail, houses, Mercedes and now rush hour commutes. Don't they realize how inconvenient that can be?
    Posted Jul 11, 2017, 4:44 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • Bear Goes To Jail This bear broke into jail.  It happened in Colorado.Jails apparently are better equipped to keep things from getting out, not so great at preventing them from getting in.
    Posted Jul 11, 2017, 4:40 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • Mammoth Mountain Bear Mauls Mercedes This couple went to Mammoth Mountain in California, where last winter's massive snowpack is still sticking around for skiers. The couple thought skiing in July would make a great adventure, and I'm sure it would, but their adventure got interrupted when a bear mauled their Mercedes.Their biggest mistake is that they left their car unlocked overnight. The bear showed up at some point during the night and opened the passenger door and climbed in. The door shut behind the animal and if you know anything about bears, they don't like to be trapped.
    Posted Jul 11, 2017, 4:31 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • ProTip: NEVER Lasso A Shark A man in Australia thought it'd be a great idea to be a cowboy on the ocean and throw a lasso around a shark.It went about as well as you think it would. He ended up with a chunk taken out of his leg after the shark had had enough fun. The guy looks like a guy who would lasso a shark. And there's video, and gnarly pictures.
    Posted May 8, 2017, 5:02 AM by Ryan Quinn
  • ProTip: Don't Slash Tires A store owner in New Hampshire has been arrested after calling the police to report illegally parked cars. While investigating the incident, police discovered surveillance video that showed the owner and another employee slashing the tires of ten illegally parked cars with a drill.  
    Posted May 8, 2017, 4:53 AM by Ryan Quinn
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  • Cumberland Rutabaga Festival (August 24th - 27th, 2017) More information on at the Cumberland Chamber of Commerce website!
    Posted Aug 19, 2017, 10:28 AM by Jenny Polzin
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