Dear Readers: Efforts to protect the wolf in North America have now been thwarted yet again by the Trump administration, as the Department of the Interior decided to remove the gray wolf from protection under the Endangered Species Act.
Child advocate Nora Cross doesn’t have time for the private cooking lesson her sister won at a charity auction. Hunter Graham, the young chef, is the last person she needs telling her she’s forgotten how to have fun. After a stellar debut in New York City, Hunter’s back in Santa Fe to open a new restaurant. He lives a charmed life and he knows it. He isn’t interested in a workaholic who’s glued to her smartphone. So why is he trying to convince Nora to relax and enjoy life — with him?
See who is advancing and whose season is over.
For many sportsmen and sportswomen, this will be the best time of year to put venison in the freezer and maybe hang a trophy on the wall. Deer…
Here are all the second-round scores and a look at next week matchups.
More than 150,000 hunters are expected to participate Nov. 21 through Dec. 6. The special holiday antlerless season opens Dec. 18 and will run through Dec. 31.
All games at 7 p.m. Friday unless noted
Wildlife officials are encouraging hunters to take more antlerless deer this year to help keep deer populations healthy.
Seven members of the House Democratic Education Policy Team asked Attorney General Mike Hunter to examine how Gov. Kevin Stitt’s office distri…
Area's top athletes from the past week in cross country, volleyball and softball are honored.
A Bowhunters' Challenge tournament in Inola set for September 5 marks a chance for bowhunters to test their skills prior to hunting season.
As rabbit hemorrhagic disease spread this summer it was not documented in Oklahoma but a state veterinarian and a wildlife official say it likely is here, and here to stay.
Butcher shop overload stemming from the coronavirus means deer hunters will need to check ahead with processors this season—but one dedicated butcher has found a solution.