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Barska Launches New Line of Winbest Metal Detectors For The Outdoor Enthusiast

The all new line of Winbest® metal detectors by Barska® turn the average hobbyist into a professional treasure hunter. The three new metal detectors, Pro, Master and Elite feature the most advanced detection technology available today. La Verne, CA (PRWEB) September 01, 2011 BARSKA, the world leader in sport optics, biometric safes, and outdoor products has developed a new line of Winbest® metal detectors. The new metal detector line was …Read the Rest

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Treasure hunter finds dead body in Tuolumne County field

10:18 AM, Aug 8, 2011   TUOLUMNE COUNTY, CA – A dead body was discovered by an  individual hunting coins in a Tuolumne County field just south of Highway 108 on Sunday.   The Tuolumne County Sherriff’s Department says the body was discovered around noon, when a person using a metal detector to seek out old coins came across the corpse.   According to Tuolumne County Sherriff’s officials, dental records will be required for indentification …Read the Rest

Echo Park Lake prepares to go down the drain yet again

1984 Echo Park Lake clean up photos courtesy Gloria Sohacki The closure of Echo Park Lake for an upcoming $65 million clean up is far from the first time the lake’s waters have been drained for much needed maintenance. The Eastsider asked Echo Park writer and historical consultant  Rory Mitchell to find out what happened when the lake had been emptied during previous clean ups. After diving into the historic …Read the Rest

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