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  • Clarissa Dickson Wright dies at 66; costar of TV's 'Two Fat Ladies'

    When the offbeat BBC cooking show "Two Fat Ladies" was given a green light in 1996, costar Clarissa Dickson Wright did not have the highest hopes. "I found it very hard to believe," she later wrote, "and thought perhaps it might be a cult series with a...
  • McAuliffe vetoes one, has signed about 300

    McAuliffe vetoes one, has signed about 300
    RICHMOND — Gov. Terry McAuliffe vetoed his first bill this week, killing off an effort to clarify a state law on how guns can be stored in vehicles. The governor wanted to require gun owners to keep weapons in a locked container in their vehicles....
  • L.V. Sportsman's Show brought fellowship

    Between people talking trout and turkeys last weekend, the Agri-Plex at the Allentown Fairgrounds was the place to be to get excited about the upcoming fishing and hunting seasons. From seminars on using flintlock and inline rifles for hunting, wild...
  • The use of lead shot is a delicate issue here in the hunting-crazy Mid-South

    MEMPHIS, Tenn. Bill Cox remembers what it was like when lead shot was finally outlawed nationwide for waterfowl hunting during the early 1990s in favor of biodegradable steel shot. Cox, a Collierville, Tenn., resident who serves on the Tennessee Fish and...
  • Kansas battle to reduce feral hog population seems to be working

    WICHITA, Kan. Tom Berding remembers when crop damage by feral hogs was a dominant conversation in rural Cowley County Kansas. A few years ago, one farmer had to re-plant 40 acres of corn after wild pigs ate the seed. Another lost acres of soybeans to...
  • Family, friends honor late Warhill baseball player Kees van Leliveld

    Family, friends honor late Warhill baseball player Kees van Leliveld
    JAMES CITY — Those who knew Kees van Leliveld best say that the missionary trip to the southern African country of Zimbabwe in 2012 was life-changing. During the day he farmed fields at an orphanage or gathered rocks for a meditation garden he...
  • Assembly poised to expand Sunday hunting

    Assembly poised to expand Sunday hunting
    The General Assembly is poised to approve legislation that would allow Sunday hunting on public and private land in three western Maryland counties. Under bills that have passed both the House and Senate, hunters in Garrett, Allegany and Washington...
  • Harrisburg outdoors show kicks off Saturday

    Polar vortex be darned, cabin fever has to be setting in for a variety of outdoor enthusiasts, who are ready to leave the comfort of their coal stoves and take a break from tying flies to get out and about. This weekend, they have their opportunity....
  • Maryland might eliminate black bear quota

    Maryland might eliminate black bear quota
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering eliminating the black bear hunt quota and instead opening the season for a pre-determined number of days. The change is intended to help hunters plan more effectively and would eliminate the...
  • #Cabela's in Hamburg helps you break out of #cabinfever

     
    Spring Great Outdoor Days at Cabela’s marks the end of the hard, cold winter and provides hope to outdoorsmen everywhere that the thaw is beginning and it is time to prepare for spring adventures. Many anglers and hunters, experienced and new...
  • Pa.Game Commission proposes 2014-15 hunting/trapping seasons and bag limits

     
    The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave preliminary approval to hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for 2014-15 license year. Hunters and trappers – particularly those setting vacations for this fall and winter – are...