Britton-Hecla wrestlers kicked off the new year with a tournament in Webster on Saturday with three of six Braves placing in the top four.
The Britton-Hecla boys basketball squad had some tough sledding to open the new year, dropping a pair of decisions, and the Braves also lost their starting point guard for at least three weeks.
After a holiday break Britton-Hecla and Langford Area sports teams are back in action this week.
David Parker (right) is director of the South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks Department Outdoor Campus East. Parker took up hunting in 2020 with help from his brother-in-law, Ryan Clay (left). (Submitted Photo)
Bird-watching and hunting/fishing has grown in popularity during the pandemic as people looked activities. Cars were lined up on SD Highway 10 at Sand Lake this spring to watch the annual for low-cost, easily accessible outdoor activities to compensate for the suspension of many indoor spectacle of the snow goose migration.
South Dakota’s billion-dollar outdoor recreation economy boomed in 2020, providing a much-needed economic boost in several business sectors while giving hope to wildlife management agencies that they can reverse a long-term decline in the number of licensed hunters and anglers.
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has announced its Hunt for Habitat raffle is now open for 2021.