Sage Hospitality’s Catbird hotel tops out in River North Art District

The Catbird hotel recently topped out at 3770 Walnut St. in Denver’s River North Art District. Sage Hospitality Group, Walnut Development Partners and EXDO Development are developing the hotel.

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“Sage is thrilled to add the eclectic, expressive Catbird to our portfolio of independent hotel brands, and we look forward to creating a place in RiNo that will become a destination in and of itself,” said Walter Isenberg, CEO of Denver-based

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Sacramento River Discovery Center still at the Red Bluff Recreation Area

a car parked on the side of a road: Pictured is the Sacramento River Discovery Center. (DN file)

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Pictured is the Sacramento River Discovery Center. (DN file)

The Sacramento River Discovery Center was not evicted in July and the US Forest Service is working on a permit that will allow it to continue to educate people of all ages about how to preserve and protect private and public lands and appreciate the birds of the air and fish of the waters.

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Murray River tourism operators fear even more losses with new COVID-19 roadmap

Regional tourism operators in Victoria, especially those within the border bubble with New South Wales, are not happy with the long-awaited roadmap to achieving a COVID-19 normal future.

The Victorian Regional Roadmap was announced on Sunday, but Ashton Kreuzer, marketing manager at Mildura Paddleboats, was concerned that the new roadmap meant restrictions in regional areas may still be in place for another two months.

The border closure and COVID-19 restrictions

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Recreation sites, businesses reopen in Yakima River Canyon after fire

Ellensburg Canyon Winery owner Gary Cox packed up a truck last week and parked in the driveway, ready to leave on a moment’s notice if the Evans Canyon Fire jumped the Yakima River.

Fortunately, that disaster scenario never happened, and like most everything else in the Yakima Canyon, the winery reopened on Wednesday. The fire started north of Naches on Aug. 31 and burned into Kittitas County and the canyon’s

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Governor earmarks $4M for lower Yellowstone River recreation infrastructure | Outdoors

Gov. Steve Bullock said Friday he will ask Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks to appropriate $4 million in general license funding to support the building of boat ramps and campgrounds along the lower Yellowstone River.

Bullock met with members of the Lower Yellowstone River Coalition in Glendive where he made the announcement. The funding would require approval of the 2021 Montana Legislature.

“We have a tremendous opportunity to improve public

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Salmon museum aims to make River Tweed a jewel in the region’s tourism crown

A new fishing museum set to open in the Borders next week is aiming to lure 10,000 visitors a year amid long-term efforts to make the River Tweed a jewel in the region’s tourism crown.

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The Museum opens on 4 September

The Duchess of Roxburghe and Sir Gareth Edwards will officially open the Tweed Salmon Fishing Museum at Kelso’s former old

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