Keystone Shooting Park continues to grow
Since opening ceremonies 19 months ago, the Keystone Shooting Park, located adjacent to Martz’s Gap View Hunting Preserve, has seen rapid growth.
Ken Maurer column: Up a river without an outboard
Even though tomorrow is the traditional opening day of deer season, I’ve decided to write about fishing again. I’ve had some good days on the water this fall, but I just got done with what was a substantially less-than-perfect day on the water.
Bob Garrett column: Time to put away the spotlights
You, your friends and family can join Joe Rebar and the other Sierra Club trekkers this morning for a moderate-to-strenuous 10-mile hike at the R.B. Winter State Park.
Don Steese column: Cabin fever
We’re less than 24 hours away from the Super Bowl of Pennsylvania outdoor sports.
Shots from the Hip: Mystery murderer tells humbling hunting story
The crime scene was gruesome. Blood and body parts were scattered throughout the yard. A leg was found laying under a small shrub, meat cleanly ripped off the bone.
Ken Maurer column: Chasing the unicorn buck
Those of you who read my column regularly might remember a couple of columns ago I mentioned that I had seen a buck with a weird point sticking out of his rack. It was hard to explain, but it kind of reminded me of a unicorn, so I named him the unicorn buck.
Don Steese column: Sad story sheds grim light
I am deeply saddened and thoroughly sickened whenever I hear of a story such as the one related in a recent edition of The Daily Item in which some sick, evil, soul (if they even have a soul), drove an arrow into someone’s pet cat and left the poor animal to die a slow, lingering death. Someone with that much blood lust in their heart is, in my humble opinion, mentally ill and in desperate need of treatment.
Garrett's Get Out Often: "Super Bowl" of hunting almost here
The Monday after Thanksgiving represents the “Super Bowl” for hunters in Pennsylvania. It’s the first day of rifle deer season.
Bob Garrett's Talking Points: Hunter sharing program takes off
HSH coordinators recruiting butchers
Daily discussion: Retail workers struggle with early holiday sale kickoff
In the mad rush to beat out other department stores in the battle for Black Friday, businesses are leaving more and more of their employees seeing another color entirely.
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