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  1. Heat blamed in death of German man in Death Valley National ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 27, 2016 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    Reinhard Egger, 60 , died from hypothermia because of exposure to extreme heat, said Carma Roper, spokeswoman for the Inyo County Sheriff's Office. It is believed Egger may have been dead for one or two days before his body was discovered near his motorcycle, which was parked upright and in working condition on Harry Wade Road, a dirt track at the southern end of the 3.4 million-acre park.

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  2. Authorities release name of man found dead in Death Valley last weekRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 14, 2016 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    A man found dead along a dirt road in Death Valley National Park on Thursday has been identified as Reinhard Egger, 60, of Germany. Park visitors discovered Egger's body on Harry Wade Road, a 30-mile dirt track that runs into the south end of Death Valley from California Route 127.

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  3. Region's wildflower watchers optimistic about 2016 bloomRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 19, 2016 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    Wildflower watchers across the Desert Southwest expect a very good blooming season for 2016, following an El Nino weather pattern that delivered fall and winter rains to much of the region.

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  4. Death Valley area ideal for spying short-lived desert bloomsRead the original story w/Photo

    Feb 18, 2016 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    The headstone of Frank AfA3 4AfA AfAoShortyAfA3 4AfA AfA1 Harris, one of the most famous gold prospectors in the region can be see along the West Side Road. Deborah Wall/Special to View is the author of "Great Hikes, A Cerca Country Guide" and "Base Camp Las Vegas: Hiking the Southwestern States," published by Stephens Press.

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  5. Death Valley recovering from floodingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 3, 2016 | Las Vegas Review Journal

    Death Valley National Park remains an inviting cool-season destination despite record rain and flash flooding in October that closed some roads and attractions. About a third of the park's roads were affected by the flooding, but most roads have been cleared and are open.

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