Summer Smiles, Grad Gifts, and Great Giveaways
- May 31, 2023
By Wes Sones This year, marks the 79th anniversary of D-Day, June 6, 1944, and the Allied invasion of Nazi-controlled “Fortress Europe.” The allied landings have been dramatized in films like “The Longest Day,” starring an ensemble cast featuring Robert Mitchum, John Wayne, Sean Connery, and Henry Fonda, to name a few. The landings were
The International Holocaust Remembrance Day has already passed on Fri., Jan. 27, 2023. This date marks the liberation of the Auschwitz Concentration camp. Auschwitz was only one of many Concentration Camps used in the systematic murder of 6 million Jewish people. It is hard to comprehend or put into words the sheer scale of the
Warm summer days give way to the brisk chill of fall and, with it, the anticipation of another hunting season. With days getting shorter, the season can be upon us before we are ready for it. Your hunting and trapping digest from purchasing your license will inform you of changes to seasons/bag limits, regulations, and
The new year brings with it new opportunities for hunting in Pennsylvania. The late small game season is now open for Quail, Pheasant, Squirrel, and Cottontail Rabbit until Feb. 28th. Harvesting a big buck or doe is, of course, exciting but hearing a pack of Beagles on a rabbit is music to a Beagler’s ears.