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  • Bradford County man charged in assault of WCO

    A Bradford County man has been charged with assaulting a Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer.                                                                                                          Steven Harold Neilson, 43, of...
  • HGTV builds into a top cable network on foundation of no-frills shows

    HGTV builds into a top cable network on foundation of no-frills shows
    As hard as it may be to imagine, there was a time not so long ago when few Americans had ever heard the expression "man cave." In 1994, PBS' trusty "This Old House" was the best known of a handful of home-improvement programs on the airwaves. The idea...
  • Pennsylvania may bar use of drones to help or harass hunters

    HARRISBURG — State lawmakers may regulate the use of aerial drones to monitor hunting activities and help hunters pursue game. The Senate weighed in on the emerging national issue last month when it unanimously approved legislation to ban the use...
  • Eurasian collared doves now legal game birds in Pennsylvania

     
    The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners on Tuesday gave final approval to measure that will place the Eurasian collared dove on the state’s list of game birds. The Eurasian collared dove isn’t native to Pennsylvania, but it’s...
  • Eels Grease The Deal As Midnight Looms

    Three hours to go in the legislative session. I come back to the state Capitol, and the first person I see is Chris Healy, former Republican state chairman. "It's Gig Young time!" we yell simultaneously. This is an old joke between us dating back to the...
  • Israel Putnam, A Man Of Legendary Courage

    Israel Putnam, A Man Of Legendary Courage
    In some ways, Israel Putnam defied the image of a classic American hero. Stout, if not fat, he was unreserved, a man of many words who reveled in racy ballads and rum-fueled stories. He was also a farmer from Connecticut, a state with few pedestals in...
  • Pa. #hunting camp rosters about to become a thing of the past

     
    The hunting-camp roster is about to become a thing of the past in Pennsylvania. The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners on Tuesday gave preliminary approval to remove the requirement for groups of five or more hunters who are members of a permanent...
  • 13,000 #antlerless #deer permits to be issued in #CWD management area

     
    The Pennsylvania Game Commission is enlisting assistance from hunters in an effort to slow the spread of chronic wasting disease. The Game Commission has developed a permit that can be used to hunt antlerless deer, but can be used only within the...
  • The last living Nazis

     The last living Nazis
    Johann Breyer appeared in a Philadelphia courtroom recently to face accusations that he assisted in the murder of thousands of Jews as a guard at the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. He has been charged by German authorities with 158 counts of...
  • Havre de Grace's Jobes carving out a living with decoys

    Havre de Grace's Jobes carving out a living with decoys
    Joey Jobes' workshop is a small, two-story building in Havre de Grace, minutes from the Susquehanna Flats at the top of the Chesapeake Bay. The space is dominated by saws, knives, paints and hundreds of blocks in various stages of transforming into ducks,...
  • Guest Column: Memories of a noble gift that was taken for granted

    "Doc, it's Pete Davis. My brother, Jim, shot himself straight through his right shoe. We've been deer hunting. He's bleeding bad." My dad, Milton Pepper, a country doctor in Salt Lake City, told Pete to bring his brother to our home immediately. Dad had...