On Friday, May 13, several members of the American Iron Car Club cruised to Whiteman Air Force Base, where they were greeted by members of the 509th Bomb Wing. After being checked out by the dog handlers and flight line security, they were allowed onto the base. At the visitors’ center they were greeted by
Four girls from El Dorado Christian School were awarded MOKAN All Conference High Point medals. They are (from left) Jordanne Steuck, Chaney Housh, Abigail Batson and Mindy Harper.
Sometimes fishermen think the month of May is too early to fish in Canada. There are lakes in northwest Ontario that still have a lot of ice earlier in the month. But several years ago some friends and I went there the last week of May and discovered that it is one of the best
The complete June issue of the Missouri Conservationist is available for viewing and/or download at mdc.mo.gov/conmag.
Squirrel and black bass seasons opened on Saturday, May 28. Learn more here: https://t.co/junExu1Bu8 https://t.co/vXS3TbVakm.
Discover nature this week and be on the look-out for a glimpse of red fox kits hunting with their parents. There are two species of foxes in Missouri – the red and the gray fox. Red foxes prefer the borders of forested areas and adjacent open lands while gray foxes live in wooded areas and
by Tom Uhlenbrock Missouri State Parks Historic photos help tell the story of the first 100 years of Missouri State Parks. One of the most impressive shows the stone castle at Ha Ha Tonka State Park before it was destroyed by fire. Storm clouds overhead in the dramatic black-and-white photo portend the castle’s future. Gov.
by Robert Giblin Since the U.S. marked the first Earth Day on April 22, 1970, the environmental impacts of agriculture have been pushed to the forefront of consumer attention, and momentum is increasing. So is the dramatic, measurable progress that U.S. agriculture is making on reducing environmental impacts. Lots of things sound green, often ignoring
by MDN Staff Elderly and disabled Medicaid recipients would be allowed to possess more assets under a measure sent to the governor in the legislature’s final week. Currently, a Medicaid recipient is allowed to possess no more than $1,000 in assets. A person is disqualified from the health-coverage program if that limit is exceeded. Under
by MDN Staff More types of infections would have to be reported to hospitals and included in the information posted on the Health Department’s website under a measure given final approval by the Senate Tuesday, April 26. The bill’s sponsor – Sen. Rob Schaaf, R-St. Joseph – said making the infection rate information public would