Dove season opens in Missouri on Sept. 1. Since it is one of the first hunting seasons to open each fall, dove hunting is somewhat of a kickoff for fall hunting season.
During this time of year, catfish are prime for the catching, and Bill Cassidy, Osage Beach Bait & Tackle owner and award-winning fisherman, said there is one place to hook some big flathead and blue catfish.
Ceil Abbott reflects on her first day of school at age 6.
The other day while channel surfing I ran across one of those “reality” programs where people were looking for evidence that Bigfoot really exists and is living in the Pacific Northwest.
Real or fake, it seems proof of mythical creatures crops up everywhere.
Since we’re in the heart of our vacation season, we would like to dedicate this article to our tremendously valued visitors.
When I was a kid one of my favorite summertime outings was accompanying Mom and Dad to the auctions held every Wednesday at the county seat.
Deer are wildlife, not livestock. Making a more obvious statement would be difficult. During Governor Nixon’s announcement of his vetoes of SB 506 and HB 1326, which would reclassify captive deer as livestock, he proclaimed the reclassification of "wildlife" to "livestock" would violate the Missouri Constitution.
As temperatures increase during the heat of the summer, one type of fishing is optimal in most areas of Lake of the Ozarks: deepwater crappie fishing.
Happy days are here! Your small business is booming, with a seemingly endless string of product orders or requests for your services. That’s good … right?
The Lake Today accidentally identified last issue’s column as the final in this piece. However, Ingold will now review the World Cup in full including the last game played on Sunday with Germany taking the 2014 World Cup title
The Lake of the Ozarks Convention & Visitor Bureau in partnership with Tri-County Lodging Association is excited to host “Family Travel with Colleen Kelly” this week at the Lake of the Ozarks.
Summertime means fishing for families at Lake of the Ozarks, and one bait helps lure in lots of catches for children: worms.
Ingold makes predictions of semi-final and final games
For the last few weeks, Camdenton Laker soccer coach Jason Ingold has joined The Lake Today’s sports page as a guest columnist to help guide us all through the 2014 World Cup being held in Brazil.
My kids are always referring to their pets as my “grand dogs,” a declaration with which I usually disagree emphatically. However, a situation developed this weekend, in which I will gladly claim a grandparent title to an animal.