September brings the start of football season, school and, for local hunters, dove season.
The Catfish Chasers Tournament Series brought more than its share of excitement to the St. Joseph area last weekend.
An organization that’s been around for almost 130 years is working to improve Missouri’s environment for the present and the future.
Chuck Kempf felt a little uneasy before Tuesday’s vote for the half-cent sales to support local parks maintenance.
For the sixth consecutive year, Craig Collings will host the Catfish Chasers Tournament in St. Joseph.
A new species of tick was confirmed in Missouri last week after spreading from other states.
Members of the Missouri Western State University football team joined the Missouri Department of Conservation on July 24 for a fishing skills event at the university.
As the surge in COVID patients continues throughout Missouri and the country, questions about what activities are safe and what precautions to take continue to change. Officials with the St. Joseph Health Department said outdoor activities are still relatively safe, though it still is recomm…
The need for outdoor activities over the last year and a half has been well documented. One of the activities that saw a giant increase was the sport of golf. The National Golf Foundation estimated that golfers combined to play 502 million rounds of golf last year, an increase of almost 14% …
The Missouri Department of Conservation will be accepting applications online to fill its academy class of conservation agent trainees. The department says that it doesn’t necessarily recruit new agents on a yearly basis, but that the conservation department takes into consideration the numb…