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The public is invited to join Hunt Hill and Duck for the Oyster to enjoy an evening barn dance from 7 to 10 p.m. on Saturday, May 2. The dance is open to all ages, and dances are taught beforehand, so no experience is needed.
Students attending 9th through 12th grades who are interested in studying natural resources or who just like exploring the outdoors are invited to attend Conservation Camp, which is being offered June 22-26 in Eagle River. And in Washburn County, students can apply for scholarships to attend.
Hunter Education instructor Dan Makosky instructs Hunter Education student Paige Weiberg as she shoots a shotgun during Field Day on Saturday, April 18, at the Indianhead Rifle & Pistol Club shooting range. Hunter Education classes teach knowledge, skill, and the attitude to be a safe, e…
SPOONER– All 69 proposed changes received majority support from voters Monday at the Department of Natural Resources’ annual spring fish and wildlife public hearings and Wisconsin Conservation Congress meetings.
For many people, seeing a black bear is a thrilling, rewarding experience. The presence of black bears is not necessarily a problem or threat to safety, but it is important to remember that bears are wild animals and deserve respect.
Crime & Courts
Law enforcement officials and the state's largest group against domestic violence joined democratic lawmakers Wednesday to call for background checks on all firearms.
The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal by Wisconsin officials who want to continue the ban on night deer hunting for the state's Chippewa tribes. Meanwhile, tribal leaders are welcoming the Court's decision.
A Milwaukee state representative wants to decriminalize possession of small amounts of marijuana. Democrat Mandela Barnes said his bill would save the state money by reducing the prison population.
After months of cold weather, it’s time for blooming flowers, chirping birds and weekend getaways. Spring is here and it’s a great time for a road trip or spontaneous getaway. Here are a few tips to avoid stress and common budget breakers.
When it comes to weight loss, the recommendation of “diet and exercise” has become a standard refrain from personal trainers, fitness gurus, magazines and even doctors. But the issue is more complex, say experts.
Choosing a wine from a menu or the shelves of your local wine shop can be daunting. Despite wanting to try something new, you might find yourself consistently reaching for the same bottle you know, for fear of making the wrong choice. However, a whole wine world is ready to be explored. Why …