SCRIP finalizes project with bass stocking
The Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ recognition of the Stonycreek River as the state’s River of the Year for 2012 carried with it a financial component designated for use to promote the resource.
Problem solving helps fish, anglers
There is a spot along Route 985 south of Johnstown where a landowner’s problem and the interests of anglers have come together to benefit both, improving living space for wildlife in the process.
Deer deaths probed
Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife conservation officers are investigating the cause of death for more than 35 white-tailed deer in Cambria and Beaver counties. Epizootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD) is suspected.
Corbett's Conemaugh cruise
Gov. Tom Corbett will tour Greenhouse Park this afternoon after paddling his way through the region this morning.
Storms, other problems close Somerset, Indiana county campgrounds
A storm that downed power lines and trees has closed a campground at a popular state park in Indiana County, while unrelated water problems are closing the grounds at a Somerset County park, too.
Hunting licenses to go on sale June 11
Hunting and furtaker licenses for the 2012-13 seasons will go on sale June 11, according to Carl G. Roe, the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s executive director.
Safety concerns close Somerset County swimming area
The swimming beach at Kooser Lake in Kooser State Park in Somerset County will be closed indefinitely due to unsafe conditions related to too much sedimentation and algae, the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources said today.
- [PHOTO] Hoisting the prized crappie
- [PHOTO] Windber Sportsmen Award
Eastern Pa. woman attacked by rabid fox
A woman is undergoing treatment after she was attacked by a rabid fox in Allentown.
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