The Starke County Park Board has gotten $5,000 toward a planned Yellow River access point, but where exactly it will be built remains to be determined. Starke County Community Foundation Director of Development Jessica Martinovic presented the park board with a check during Tuesday’s meeting.Continue reading
The Starke County Park Board hopes to bring more visitors to the Yellow River with state grant funding. Carolla Heilstedt plans to coordinate efforts to improve the county’s Yellow River access site at Range Road.
Preliminary autopsy results indicate the North Judson man whose body was pulled from a ditch on Kankakee Fish and Wildlife Area property Monday afternoon may have drowned. DNR Law Enforcement spokesman Shawn D. Brown says 22-year-old Stephen Argady had water in his lungs, and alcohol was detected in his system. Continue reading
The DNR Division of Law Enforcement is investigating the apparent drowning death of a North Judson man yesterday near the Starke-LaPorte County line. Continue reading
A Hunter Education Class will be offered April 12 and April 13 at the Kankakee Fish and Wildlife Area Headquarters at 4320 W. Toto Road in North Judson.
Indiana conservation officers will teach the free course which is open to all. Students are required to preregister online at www.indianahuntereducation.com.
New hunters who want to learn about turkey hunting are invited to sign up for a free workshop put on by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources at the Kankakee Fish and Wildlife Area. “Hunt, Fish, Eat: Wild Turkey” is part of the ongoing “Hunt, Fish, Eat” program that is run by the DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife and teaches self-reliance. The program is free.
A Hunter Education class is set for Saturday, Oct. 5 and Sunday, Oct. 6 at the Kankakee Fish and Wildlife Area Headquarters in North Judson.
The course is free and upon completion of the course, you will receive your Indiana Hunter Education Certification which is required to hunt legally. It is required for any hunters born after Dec. 31, 1986.
A Hunter Education Class is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, October 8th and 9th, at the Kankakee Fish and Wildlife Area in North Judson.
The free course, which runs from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. CT each day, offers classroom instruction and a written test for certification. Attendance both days is required. Children who are under the age of 14 need to attend the class with an adult. Lunch and refreshments are not provided so you must bring your own to class.