Boy, talk about nostalgia — here’s part of an article from 2006:
Like most kids of the ‘60s, most of my time during the year was spent outdoors enjoying hours of unsupervised play, using my imaginations and getting plenty of exercise and sun. Sometimes, I w…
Lest anyone thinks maybe our trail maintenance folks have been sitting around a campfire all summer, telling tall tales and swearing they’re true, here’s a little bit clearer picture of what t…
I believe I was around 10 years old when I tried bullfrog hunting for the first time, an activity that’s known as frog gigging, bullfroggin’ or simply froggin’ depending on who you talk to. An…
Butterflies of PA
Nothing stays so simple, though, does it? Whatever happened to those days when your dad went off to work in the morning, and your mother spent the days taking care of housework?
The Mayflower is very pretty, it would have us to believe. Why then does it hide beneath those big leaves?
There I was, almost to the top of Hyner State Park viewing area when I noticed a gravel road leading off to the left. Of course there’s a sign with an arrow pointing that direction with only R…
Just another little snippet about this “hogback” think. Many of you have heard of sports teams named the Razorbacks. That’s another take on these hogs, as they are long and lean (lots of lean …
It’s that time of the year when we want to be out exploring the backwoods now that the temperature has finally warmed up.
Some folks may be wondering where the term “hogback” came from. Well, from what I’ve heard — and this makes sense — it comes from the wild hogs of some of our southern states (and lately more …
Yes, I know summer is still officially a few weeks away but the humidity is rising and that sets the stage for swimming. The other day when I was heading out of town with the air conditioner o…
The Pennsylvania Parks and Forests Foundation, the only non-profit where the mission is Pennsylvania’s state parks and forests, welcomes the friends of Ole Bull State Park.
The smallest thing can pique your interest and brighten your day, even a rock. It’s true. A rock can create interest that makes you investigate its origin. That’s what happened to me on a rece…
I had the pleasure of joining with Doug Wetherbee and Larry Holtzapple to do a clearing mission through the Fire Tower Trail on May 20.
The Pac-12’s decision Tuesday to postpone all sports competition until at least January meant the fiscal bus-driver of college sports, football, will be heading off a cliff in 2020-21. Even if the sport manages some sort of spring season, the money likely won't be the same.
Saints fans will have to watch Drew Brees and Tom Brady do battle from the comfort of their own homes.
Haughton native Dak Prescott says he dreams of being a Dallas Cowboys until he's done throwing a football.
The Pac-12 Conference’s decision to postpone fall sports provided some clarity, but chaos persists in college football and many issues remain unresolved.
“Playing in front of (my friends and family) and representing my town and the city I grew up in, that comes first,” Salpointe Catholic's junior quarterback said. “And as cool as it would be to play somewhere across the nation and play on national TV, you can’t beat playing in front of your family and friends and everyone you’ve known your whole life.”
"I think student-athletes have to voice their opinion on this once they understand what the options are."
ESPN personality Desmond Howard calls for public apology from Frost and NU brass -- an absurd demand.
The Big 12 Board of Directors voted Tuesday night to proceed with plans for its members to play fall sports, moving its start date back to Sept. 2 and announcing stricter testing protocols for COVID-19.
After going undrafted and unsigned as a free agent, Kelly Bryant has renewed hope to make it to the NFL.
In the same release, the Council recommended protections for athletes who opt out of their seasons due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Mid-American Conference's move to postpone its fall sports ultimately pulled Coastal Carolina into the University of Kansas' football schedule and pushed SIU out.
Contemplating his vast number of options, Jeff Choate audibly exhaled and pondered for a little bit longer.
A recommendation from the NCAA's Division I Council would begin to put protections in place for college athletes who opt out or have their seasons cut short by the coronavirus pandemic.
The cornerback had merely one interception during his rookie season in 2018, and had just two last year.
Listen, or watch, Steven M. Sipple, Parker Gabriel and Chris Basnett discuss a historic day for the Big Ten.