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REPAIR TO CLOSE GAME LANDS ROAD IN DAUPHIN COUNTY Homeowners along Ellendale Forge Road won’t be affected by work to begin Monday, July 28.
A heavily traveled stretch within State Game Lands 211 in Dauphin County will close Monday so crews can make an emergency repair, but nearby homes and hunting camps shouldn’t be affected by the work
GAME COMMISSION WELCOMES NEW DEPUTY EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Conservation career path has led Bryan J. Burhans back to Pennsylvania
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has a new deputy executive director of administration.
HUNTER-TRAPPER EDUCATION CLASSES STARTING TO FILL UP Instructors needed to teach basic and advanced courses.
Those who plan to purchase their first hunting license this year will need to make plans to attend a Hunter-Trapper Education course, and there’s no time like the present to sign up, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
A Bradford County man has been charged with assaulting a Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer.
DOE LICENSES TO GO ON SALE MONDAY Applying early boosts chances for hunters seeking antlerless tags.
Pennsylvania deer hunters who want to better their chances of obtaining an antlerless license will want to send in applications during the first round of sales set to kick off on Monday, July 14.
PENNSYLVANIA’S BALD EAGLES CONTINUE THEIR CLIMB Mid-year survey boasts record number of nests.
At its midway point, there’s already reason to believe 2014 just might go down as the “Year of the Pennsylvania Bald Eagle.”
GAME COMMISSION APPLAUDS VOTE TO INCREASE OFFICER SAFETY The state House of Representative has overwhelmingly approved legislation on body cameras.
Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today offered his praise to the state House of Representatives for its overwhelming and bipartisan support of House Bill 2178.
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