PRATT – The opening day of dove season, Sept. 1, is one of the most anticipated opening days of the year because it’s been a long layoff since last year’s hunting seasons closed. Dove season signals the beginning of fall, and it gets hunters back in the field.The Kansas hunting season for mourning, white-winged, Eurasian collared and ringed tur ... Read More

ST. PAUL – Neosho Wildlife Area is getting a much-needed makeover. An extensive renovation project that has been in the works for nine years began this summer. Enhancements to the aging infrastructure on the waterfowl management area near St. Paul will be completed in two or three phases over a two-year period. Funding for the project will come ... Read More

OSBORNE – There’s no better place for kids to learn outdoor skills than the Annual Northcentral Kansas Outdoor Youth Fair in Osborne on Sept. 10. And there may not be anything like this one-day, fun-filled event, which is free of charge and open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. to youth ages 17 and younger (all those 14 and younger must be accompanied by an ad ... Read More

CHENEY STATE PARK – On Sept. 4, come celebrate the summer of 2016 with a fireworks display, hosted by the Ninnescah Sailing Association (NSA) at Cheney State Park’s West Shore area. The show begins at sundown and fireworks can be viewed from the water or from the cove in front of the NSA activity center. Come early, bring a lawn chair, and ... Read More