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  • CBS delivers a winning telecast in Ravens' 25-13 loss to Texans

    CBS delivers a winning telecast in Ravens' 25-13 loss to Texans
    Watching the Ravens lose, 25-13, to the Houston Texans was brutal if you are a Baltimore fan. But blame the team, not CBS Sports, for the misery this time. The network delivered a first-rate telecast. I admit wondering earlier in the season why CBS...
  • Federal judge puts gray wolf back on endangered species list

    Federal judge puts gray wolf back on endangered species list
    A judge restored federal protections to gray wolves in the the western Great Lakes region on Friday, reversing an earlier decision by the federal government to remove the animals from the endangered species list. In a sharply worded 111-page ruling, U....
  • U.S. judge restores protections to Great Lakes wolves

    A federal judge on Friday restored U.S. Endangered Species Act protections to gray wolves in the western Great Lakes in a decision hailed by wildlife advocates for halting wolf hunting and trapping planned in such states as Minnesota and Wisconsin. U.S....
  • Judge strikes down government's decision to remove gray wolves from endangered species list

    MILWAUKEE A federal judge on Friday struck down the federal government's decision to remove gray wolves in Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan from the endangered species list. The decision immediately restores all protections to the wolves in Wisconsin,...
  • Christmas gifts from the Heartland for outdoors enthusiasts

    Made in the USA? How about made in the Heartland? There are dozens of companies in Missouri and Kansas, from the mom and pop operations to the major corporations, that make items that would be ideal Christmas gifts for the outdoorsman (or woman) on...
  • Ducks land in droves in Wisconsin farm field

    RACINE COUNTY, Wis. The morning started relatively uneventfully. Under low, woolen skies a pair of mallard ducks flew down to inspect our decoys, then went away just as quickly. The wind was light, from the southwest, and the temperature was mild,...
  • Dennis Anderson: Get the younger generation outdoors

    Challenges facing outdoors enthusiasts in many cases are the same challenges, on a grander scale, the world faces. Example: North American hunters and anglers have led the charge over the past century and a half to conserve the continent's water, habitat...
  • Congress OKs electronic duck stamp to fund conservation

    WASHINGTON Amid a raucous, divisive windup to the 113th Congress, members found agreement on bringing duck stamps into the electronic age. Republican Sen. Roger Wicker of Mississippi, who sponsored a measure to create a nationwide electronic duck stamp...
  • Annapolis Yacht Club's Ruiz de Luque selected as coach for Magic Marine Easter Regatta

    Annapolis Yacht Club's Ruiz de Luque selected as coach for Magic Marine Easter Regatta
    Annapolis Yacht Club's Tomas Ruiz de Luque has been selected as one of two coaches who will take 15 U.S. Optimist Dinghy sailors to the 30th Magic Marine Easter Regatta in The Netherlands on March 29 to April 7. Ruiz de Luque and Richard Feeny, a...
  • Hunters register third-highest number of bears in Wisconsin

    Hunters registered 4,279 black bears in the 2014 Wisconsin bear hunting season, third-highest on record, according to a preliminary report released last week by the Department of Natural Resources. The kill represents an 8 percent increase from 2013...
  • Paul A. Smith: Take your best shot at Wisconsin's Bong State Recreation Area

    KANSASVILLE, Wis. The sun had topped the cottonwoods to the east, rising into a clear, autumn sky. Before us sprawled the flat expanse of Richard Bong State Recreation Area. Gary Greene of East Troy and I looked south over a couple hundred acres of...