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  • In a word: sangfroid

    Each week The Sun's John McIntyre presents a relatively obscure but evocative word with which you may not be familiar, another brick to add to the wall of your vocabulary. This week's word:  SANGFROID When Agent 007 sails off a cliff, leaps from a...
  • First-time hunters need hunter education class in Pa.

    It's that time of year to start thinking turkey, and in Pennsylvania, that means spring gobbler season, which runs May 3-31. Why start thinking about it so early? If you have a child who turns 12 before then, or are expecting to help or be a first-...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • FloriDUH: When the hunter gets captured by the game

    FloriDUH: When the hunter gets captured by the game
    A deer near a road patiently waited for a hunter to come along and take a pop shot, reports The Bradenton Herald. But this deer was no ordinary prey -- it was a robotic Bambi bait planted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission to snare some...
  • Naturalists take a lizard safari in San Pedro

    Naturalists take a lizard safari in San Pedro
    Greg Pauly grabs a 12-foot pole out of the back of his truck and checks to make sure the little green noose at the end is still in working order. It's easier to noose a lizard than pounce on it, he explains. Pauly, the curator of herpetology at the...
  • Deer Butchering Is A Personal Passion

    Deer Butchering Is A Personal Passion
    EAST HAMPTON — A lot of small businesses say "we're like family here," but at Cichowski's Custom Cuts, it truly is relationships, not money, that bring people together to slice fat away from muscle, to saw through the spine of a suspended deer...
  • Jay Leggett, Comedy Actor, Director, Writer, Dies at 50

    Jay Leggett, who worked both in front and behind the camera for TV and film comedies, appearing for a season in Fox's sketch show "In Living Color," died of natural causes on Saturday after he'd spent the day hunting near Tomahawk, Wisc. He was 50. In...
  • Coyote bounties not well thought out

    Confession time: I'm not a trapper, and I've never taken time to hunt coyotes. That's not news to most folks who know me, but coyotes have become a big topic for my Facebook account and work email since Saturday's front page article about a bill that...
  • Film Reviews: Opening This Week (Nov. 25-29, 2013)

    Frozen (Disney) Move over, Frosty. A quixotic snowman who longs to experience summer handily steals the show in "Frozen," Disney's 53rd in-house animated feature and one of its most classical, with a Hans Christian Andersen pedigree, a full-fledged...
  • Whitetail Deer Classic set for Feb. 8

    With firearms deer season having kicked off on Monday, now is the perfect time to start thinking about attending the 11th annual Whitetail Deer Classic Banquet, to be held Saturday, Feb. 8, at Northampton Community Center on Laubach Avenue in Northampton....