July 4, 2012
Professional fireworks displays cancelled at many parks, some banning personal fireworks
TOPEKA — Whether you like to swim, ski, boat, fish, hike, or participate in any number of other outdoor activities, Kansas state parks will be open and ready for your holiday and weekend adventures. However, the onslaught of hot, ... Read More


July 4, 2012
KDWP offers youth, novice hunts of a lifetime; first application deadline Aug. 13
PRATT — The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism’s (KDWPT) Special Hunts Program offers a variety of limited hunts, many designed to introduce youth and novices to hunting in an uncrowded setting with good opportunity for suc ... Read More


July 4, 2012
Early teal season dates, public land regulations highlight meeting
KANSAS CITY — At a June 24 meeting in Kansas City, the Kansas Wildlife, Parks and Tourism Commission approved regulations dealing with hunting deer, migratory birds, and upland game, as well as hunting on public land. The following issues were addresse ... Read More


July 4, 2012
Retired Air Force Colonel Rob Peterson honors father’s memory with donation
CIMARRON — Rob Peterson, 53, of Colorado Springs, has donated his 640-acre property near Cimarron to Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever as part of the organization’s Grassroots Conservation Campaign. The donation provides a place for future h ... Read More