Friday, March 31st, 2023
Friday, March 31st, 2023

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July 27, 2012

People, not guns, are evil

The tragic, senseless massacre at a Colorado movie theater is yet another call for more gun control – at least that’s what a lot of gun-grabbing simpletons would have you believe. “Americans own too many guns.” “Why do hunters need guns that shoot multiple bullets?” “If we get rid of all the guns there won’t be

Humane Society should remain mute on swan policy

Mute swans may not have much of a voice but the people who love them are doing a lot of squawking as the Department of Natural Resources attempts to reduce the population of this invasive species that has increased to about 15,000 birds statewide. Recent public hearings in southern parts of the state have generated

Fall chinook season opens Aug. 1 on Deschutes River

THE DALLES, Ore. – The lower Deschutes River will open for fall chinook salmon fishing on Aug. 1. The river will be open from the mouth at the I-84 bridge upstream to Sherars Falls. The daily bag limit is two adult chinook and five jacks. (Jack chinook salmon are 15-24 inches long.) According to Rod

Bluefield/Moultrie Hunt Unit youth hunts this fall

A series of youth draw deer hunts conducted jointly by Santee Cooper and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will be continued this fall. Applications are available now, with the deadline for submitting applications being 5 p.m. Sept. 14. Call the Dennis Wildlife Center in Bonneau at (843) 761-8820 or (843) 825-3388 to request

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