Category: Nature & Outdoors

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Cool Front and More Tourneys

I try to remind myself not to spend too much time talking about the weather in this column, as I am not a meteorologist (witch doctor) and some folks ...
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Wisdom From The Woods – August 21, 2014

The Woods Clan in the 1960s: Paula Woods, Elaine Woods, Doug Woods, Paul Woods, Mike Woods. Now that school has started in most of the area towns, the...
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Deer Prep and the Classic

Jon Hunter, Luke Hunter, and Jimmy Ramsey of Semo Bowfishing doing their part to eliminate an invasive species, Asian carp We are collectively closi...
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Wisdom From The Woods – Aug 14, 2014

The Missouri Department of Conservation raised the daily limit of squirrels to 10 over a year ago. There may be plenty in some areas but they are scar...
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Finish Up Catfishing, Dove Season Is Almost Here

Damon Secoy and Terry Shands from East Prairie, MO with some big, blue catfish from Ohio River near Cairo, IL Seasons are subjective. For instance, m...
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Wisdom From The Woods – August 7, 2014

Colonel Sanders was “over the hill” at age 80 when he started Kentucky Fried Chicken. I’m over 80 now and re-starting my weekly outdoor column. ...
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Heartlander Abroad Part II: Mexico Beach

Photo: LTC Scott Allen, Josh Gowan and Josh “Crow” Crowley with a king mackerel from the Gulf of Mexico The iconic family vacation, an esc...
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Community Gardens Grow More Than Food and Flowers

Above photo: Danielle Berry, Murray Hammond and Sarah Chaffin     When my family moved back to my husband, Brian’s, hometown of Williamsvi...
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Heartlander Abroad: Mexico Beach, Fl.

An eerie calmness lay about the sea, the waves ceased to break, and the water temperature dropped 10 degrees in a matter of minutes. The Gulf of Mexic...
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Monster Catfish Caught in Italy

PropTalk.com – Italian angler Dino Ferrari caught an eight-foot, 260-lb catfish on the River Po in Italy. While the catfish is one of the bigges...