The Laker Athletic Boosters is looking for participants in its 28th annual Laker Invitational Golf Classic Monday, Sept. 1, at The Oaks Golf Course at Tan-Tar-A Resort in Osage Beach.
Highway Patrol reminds boaters of safety precautions during Lake of the Ozarks Shootout this weekend
Captain Gregory D. Kindle, Troop F commanding officer for the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds boaters of the upcoming Lake of the Ozarks Shootout boat race event being held near the Hurricane Deck Bridge on Lake of the Ozarks of safety precautions.
Event raises thousands for local charities, organizations
Ten days of activities are underway for attendees at the Lake of the Ozarks Shootout powerboat races.
Missouri State Parks is unveiling its inaugural season of the “Missouri State Parks Racing Series” this fall. Trail races of various types and distances of will take place at Finger Lakes, Johnson Shut-Ins, Stockton and Katy Trail state parks.
A little more than a month after flood damage forced a temporary closure, the refuge portion of the Peck Ranch Conservation Area reopened o the public on Friday, Aug. 15.
What a difference 80 years can make. In the span of just one human lifetime, Missouri’s white-tailed deer herd has gone from almost nonexistent to thriving. With restoration complete, management is the challenge of the day.
For those children 5 years old and younger, one rod, reel and bait set-up seems to work best and draw their interest into fishing.
Rolling Hills Country Club in Versailles will host a Couples Scramble Saturday, Aug. 23.
Concerns of Police Survivors (C.O.P.S.) and the Missouri Conservation Agents Association held their eighth annual golf tournament on Aug. 3 at Old Kinderhook in Camdenton.
The Sycamore Creek Couples League continues its 2014 season Sunday, Aug. 17. The following are the results.
The Clean Water Act has been stirring up some controversy in Missouri lately. As is so often the case, most of the concern is rooted in confusion.
You may not be able to squeeze blood from a turnip, but you can easily grow this tasty and nutritious vegetable.
Special regulations on handling blue catfish caught in Truman Lake and Lake of the Ozarks went into effect March 1
To “help fish, especially blue catfish, live to fight another day,” the Missouri Department of Conservation says anglers should adhere to the following guidelines.
It is one of the most enjoyable, relaxing ways to catfish during the hot summer months: noodle lines.
The outlook is bright for Missouri’s early teal hunting season, but state officials say some hunters will need to make different arrangements than in years past to buy federal duck stamps.