The start of July typically marks the peak of mosquito season.
For the past 17 months or so I have been unable to go to my favorite place in the world and do my favorite things, namely fish and hunt, because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
No early symptoms, no cure, always fatal, remains in the environment for decades and is rapidly spreading among wild and fenced deer throughout the United States.
It would be the last hike of the season, Jessica Newton had excitedly posted on her social media platforms.
As the mercury rose late morning last Wednesday on an unseasonably mild December day, so, too, did the traffic on Mark Sather Trail, a popular public path with sweeping views of White Bear Lake.
This would have been the 23rd year for Camp Grouse, pitched in a small clearing among maple trees in the Chippewa National Forest, but COVID-19 got in the way.
As one is exploring the outdoors, trail safety should be at top of mind. While human attacks on most trails are quite rare, it’s important to know what can help prevent one from happening.
Want to watch bears catch salmon swimming up a waterfall live? We have you covered.
Desiree Linden splashed her way in icy rain to a Boston Marathon win Monday, the first for an American woman since 1985. Japan's Yuki Kawauchi was the men's winner.
Area off-roaders can look forward to an off-road vehicle rally at St. Joe State Park on April 29-30.
FARMINGTON — The famous American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow once reasoned that “If you would hit the mark, you must aim a little above it; every arrow that flies feels the attraction of earth.” Using Longfellow’s ideology, a group of local bow and arrow enthusiasts are aiming high with …
BONNE TERRE — The Bonne Terre Chamber of Commerce’s Community Betterment Committee will be hosting the annual Fishing Derby on May 8.
Missouri anglers need to know that creel limits for two catfish species changed effective March 1. The change will have the biggest effect on those who specialize in blue catfish.
Jacksonville Jaguars running back Travis Etienne feels like he's finally back. It took Etienne getting leveled during a live tackling drill in training camp for him to feel like he's completed his return from a foot injury that ended his rookie year last August. Safety Andre Cisco dropped Etienne on the opening play of a lengthy stretch of live reps. Etienne easily could have stepped out of bounds. But the second-year pro wanted — and maybe needed the contact. He insists he enjoyed it. It had been a long time in the making.
Arenado, DeJong homered and drove in four runs each as the Cardinals swept the Yankees in a three-game series for the first time in history and ran their winning streak to seven.
Mikolas and Wainwright are lined up to face Brewers next weekend in a showdown at the top of the NL Central.
Home runs from Nolan Arenado and Paul DeJong led the Cardinals to beat the New York Yankees 12-9 at Busch Stadium to complete the Cards first three-game sweep of the Yankees. Photos by Laurie Skrivan, email@example.com