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Best-selling novelist and avid angler Zane Grey created robust stories detailing the life and culture of the American West. Through titles such as “Call of the Canyon,” “Riders of the Purple Sage” and “The Thundering Herd,” Grey’s tales of frontier character and romance inspired many to explore new country. His books involve every state west of the Missouri River except North Dakota. Visit his birthplace in Zanesville, Ohio, a town founded by his mother’s ancestors. You can also visit a replica of his Arizona cabin (the original burned in a 1990 wildfire), which served as his home base while exploring and writing. While the historic sites are temporarily closed, the adventures are alive and well in the novels he wrote and in the landscapes that served as inspiration. More to explore:

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Musk has made striking claims about the truck's capabilities. Among them, he has said the Cybertruck would be more capable, in terms of towing and hauling, than a Ford F-150 and perform as a better sports car than a Porsche 911.

The Kenosha Public Museum, 5500 First Ave., is hosting an Ecologist Camp from 1 to 4 p.m. on Friday (July 27).

The Monday Night Stock Bike Racing program continues Monday (June 25) at the Washington Park Velodrome, 1821 Washington Road.

PLEASANT PRAIRIE — A motorcyclist was airlifted to a Milwaukee-area hospital after a two-vehicle collision that shut down the intersection of …

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