Andrew Burnie Cronk | Obituary

Andrew Burnie Cronk, 64, of Gretna passed away peacefully surrounded by his family at his residence on Tuesday, September 14, 2021. He was the devoted and loving husband of Leanne Darleen Townsend Cronk for 46 years. Born September 30, 1956 in Syracuse, NY, he was the son of Andrew B. Cronk, Jr. and the late […]

Corporal d’Indio. Hunter Lopez honored at Palm Springs Memorial Service

Commemorations for Cape Town. Hunter Lopez continues Saturday with a public memorial service in Palm Springs before the U.S. Navy rests at Riverside National Cemetery. Law enforcement gathered outside the Palm Springs Convention Center on Saturday morning to see World War II planes fly over the building in honor of Lopez. After the flyby, they […]

Hunting guide: Capt. Jake Huddleston: “It’s just the birds that work and are out there, the people, the water – everything” | Get out

Hunting Guide: Capt Jake Huddleston: “It’s just the birds that work and are out there, the people, the water – everything” Captain Jake Huddleston’s late mother told him that if someone opened his head, it would be filled with feathers. She was right. The life of the 45-year-old hunting guide has revolved around waterfowl since […]

Wood Ducks and Teals Join Kentucky Hunting Parade | Sports

While this is clearly a continuation of summer weather, today brings the first dose of duck hunting for the 2021-22 year of waterfowl. Yes, duck hunting. Here, amidst the heat, humidity and mosquitoes, comes Kentucky’s special start to the season for wood duck and teal hunting. A combined wood duck / teal season runs from […]

Devilfish hunting in Korea in 1912

During his six weeks at the station, Anderson performed a number of tasks. At first, he stayed ashore with the cutting crews, carefully measuring and documenting each Koku Kujira. He was now convinced that they were gray whales. He then served aboard one of the ships, probably under Captain Melson’s aboard the whaler “Main”. The […]

Match Prediction: No.8 Cincinnati Bearcats vs. Indiana Hoosiers

The stars may be lining up for the first non-Power 5 team to advance to the college football playoffs. Clemson and Ohio State both suffered early season losses, Cincinnati sacked virtually everyone from last year’s Peach Bowl team that nearly beat Georgia, and the Bearcats stand a good chance of winning their game. league without […]

Steven A. Hunter Hope Fund Tennis raises money to feed children

PORTSMOUTH – Lady Saturday, the Steven A. Hunter Hope Fund hosted their annual tennis tournament with great weather to welcome players for the day. This year was their 15th year of the tournament. All proceeds will go to the Steven A. Hunter Power Pack program which helps feed hungry children in our area. Mark and […]

Home Office bison hunt inside Grand Canyon National Park sparks opposition, calls for hunt to be canceled

45,000 hunters take part in a lottery to shoot tame bison accustomed to tourists photographing them every day WASHINGTON, DC, UNITED STATES, September 17, 2021 / – Animal Wellness Action and partner organizations called on Home Secretary Deb Haaland to suspend National Park Service (NPS) plans to allow trophy hunters to kill bison accustomed to […]

Adult pheasant hunts now available

This is a case where we can enjoy the leftovers with the main course. Adults head to the field for annual pheasant hunts the day after the youth pheasant hunts, the topic of the September 11 column, which ends September 26 in the EE Wilson Wildlife Area of ​​the Department of Fisheries. and Oregon Wildlife. […]