Archeological treasure at Lake Scott degraded by elements; public meeting to address the issue SCOTT CITY -- Wind, rain, and age are taking their toll on one of Kansas' most significant historic sites, but three state organizations have joined forces to protect it. The Kansas Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR), the K ... Read More

Fish and Wildlife Service order allows hunting through April 30 PRATT -- In 1999, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) issued a "special conservation order" to allow hunting of snow geese after the regular season through April 30. The move was made to address an ecological crisis caused by an explosion in mid-continent popul ... Read More

Junction City resident first to be honored PRATT -- On Feb. 11, Ed Augustine of Junction City became the first inductee into the Kansas Hunter Education Instructor Hall Of Fame, sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) and the Kansas Hunter Education Instructors Association. The honor is given to "Kansas instruct ... Read More

Winning entry to become stamp; national and state prizes awarded BROOKLYN CENTER, Minn. -- Wildlife Forever has announced that the deadline for entry in its 8th Annual State-Fish Art Contest is March 31. Through the contest, students across Kansas and the United States have the opportunity to win national recognition and prizes while learni ... Read More