St. Charles County, Missouri –The St. Charles County Department of Community Health and the Environment has renewed its contract with the Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services to continue operating the popular Women, Infants and Children program (WIC) in 2015.
Hunters’ harvest decisions determine the number and quality of deer on private land.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.–Some parts of Missouri will have more deer this year, and a bumper crop of corn will affect hunting strategies. The Missouri Department of Conservation says decisions that hunters make in harvesting deer are among the most significant factors affecting deer numbers this year and in the future.
By Diane Saale, NMSR Board Member
On Friday, October 17th, more than 300 people came out for the first annual “Field Fest” hosted by New Melle Sports & Recreation and the New Melle Chamber of Commerce.
The Friends of Emmaus Annual Tannebaum Auction and Celebration will be held November 20th at the N-Sports Rec Center, 3101 Recreation Drive, Washington, MO.
The New Melle Board of Aldermen will meet Thursday, Oct. 23, 2014 at 7 p.m. at City Hall. The tentative agenda includes the following:
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.–Missouri residents can apply for hunting spots at Grand Pass, Eagle Bluffs, and Otter Slough conservation areas (CAs) under the Quick Draw system starting a week before the season opener.
Five portions of the firearms deer season remain.
JEFFERSON CITY Mo.–Hunters checked 594 deer during the urban portion of Missouri’s firearms deer season. Officials with the Missouri Department of Conservation attribute the lower-than-average harvest in part to warm, rainy, windy weather.
With favorable weather, the 2014-15 season could be one of the best in recent memory.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo.–North American waterfowl continue to benefit from favorable nesting conditions in the north-central United States and Canada, according to surveys conducted during the summer.