HERSHEY — Leon Kriner of Clearfield County was honored at the 69th Annual Meeting of the Pennsylvania Farm Bureau. The meeting began Nov. 18 and will continue through today.
HARRISBURG — Ninety-eight hunters took part in Pennsylvania’s 2019 one-week general elk hunt, which closed Nov. 9. Most left elk country with a trophy.
FALLS CREEK — Falls Creek Friendship Hose Co. No. 1 Fire Department is hosting a Bear Check Station starting Sat., Nov. 23 to Wednesday, Nov. 27.
HARRISBURG — With the 2019 hunting season underway in Pennsylvania, the Department of Agriculture released recommended best management practices to help protect hunters and their families against Chronic Wasting Disease.
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania has covered a third of the distance needed to set a state record black bear harvest.
DuBOIS — The 2019 Champions of the Pennsylvania Wilds Award recipients were recognized at the DuBois Country Club Thursday evening.
HARRISBURG — Coming off the heels of an unforgettable first archery-only elk hunt Sept. 14-28, the 98 general season elk license holders, 27 for bulls and 71 for antlerless, are primed for one of the most exciting hunting adventures in the Keystone State. The general elk season begins Monday…
HARRISBURG — Two consecutive light fall wild turkey harvests and a substantial statewide turkey population of 212,000 birds should provide plenty of action in the upcoming fall turkey hunting season, which opens today, Nov. 2, in most Wildlife Management Units.
Squirrel Tails for Trout will be hosting two fish stockings on Sunday, Nov. 10.
PENFIELD — Department of Conservation and Natural Resources Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn has announced the release of a preliminary report gleaned from results of an extensive two-year survey seeking public input on the future of Pennsylvanian’s state parks.