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  • Hunter Injured Falling From Tree Stand

    CANTON – A 50-year old Plainville man suffered a broken leg and injuries to his back and head after he fell 25 feet while attempting to climb to a tree stand while hunting Thursday morning. The Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental...
  • Gov. Scott offers Lifetime Sportsman's License discount for young people

    Gov. Scott offers Lifetime Sportsman's License discount for young people
      Gov. Rick Scott signed an executive order Thursday to offer Lifetime Sportsman’s Licenses for Florida residents 21 and younger for $500 – half the current cost of $1,000 – from Nov. 24-Dec. 31.   The license covers saltwater...
  • Deer hunters allowed in Pennsylvania woods despite Frein manhunt

    EAST STROUDSBURG — The manhunt for the suspect in the ambush that killed a state trooper and wounded another won't stop the opening of deer-hunting season in the Poconos, authorities said this week. Beginning Saturday, bow hunters can enter the...
  • On The Fly: Belichick Gives A Straight Answer About Vinatieri

    On The Fly: Belichick Gives A Straight Answer About Vinatieri
    The Patriots meet up with old friend Adam Vinatieri Sunday when they play Indianapolis. Hard to believe he has been gone from New England since 2005. He spent 10 seasons with the Patriots and is in his ninth season with the Colts. He has 468 career...
  • Fly tying helps set a plan for winter weather

    Fly tying helps set a plan for winter weather
    With cold weather expected to hit the region by week's end, it's time to start thinking about things to do to break the monotony of cabin fever that will be hitting the outdoors-minded public in January and February. Once the rifles and muzzle loaders...
  • Michael S. Sigal, lawyer and horseman, dies at 72

    Michael S. Sigal, lawyer and horseman, dies at 72
    Michael S. Sigal began his law career in the late 1960s with a firm that soon merged with the Chicago office of Sidley Austin, where he gained a national reputation for his focus on corporate governance and executive compensation. "He inaugurated our...
  • Bear shooter becomes instant celebrity

    Bear shooter becomes instant celebrity
    Victor Peters was just a quiet guy in the neighborhood until he killed a bear. Now he's a media star. Since he shot a Florida black bear that had twice broken into his Lady Lake home, Peters, 64, has been featured on CNN, fielded interview requests from...
  • Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon

    Lafayette College art installation tells story of Martha, the last passenger pigeon
    Its title has the ring of a classic Greek tragedy. It's not, but "Requiem: Ectopistes Migratorius," now at the Williams Center Gallery at Lafayette College in Easton, does tell a very sad story in a very big way. "Requiem" is an installation by artist/...
  • 818 Roundup: State grant targets traffic, safety; LCUSD responds to Sagebrush proposal; Armenian museum in Glendale

    818 Roundup: State grant targets traffic, safety; LCUSD responds to Sagebrush proposal; Armenian museum in Glendale
    Good morning, 818! Today is Thursday, Nov. 6, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 90 degress and a low of 62 degrees. Your area headlines: - In response to the Glendale Unified school board approving a proposal to transfer the...
  • Deer draw sportsmen to La Cañada area

    La Cañada trail enthusiasts are hoping the end of deer hunting season will ease concerns that have recently arisen over reports of archers scoping herds dangerously close to the city’s Cross Town trail. Residents have claimed they’ve seen...
  • Measure to restrict bear-hunting practices fails in Maine

    Ending a political battle watched closely by sportsmen across the state and nation, Maine voters on Tuesday were set to defeat a ballot measure that called for a ban on bear-hunting methods, such as feeding the animals pizza, to draw them into the open....