“Just for today I will try to adjust myself to what is, and not try to adjust everything to my own desires.”
During the spring and summer months, South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks offices across the state welcome new faces to the organization through seasonal and internship positions. In Watertown, over 20 college students will join our team.
Lake City Racing Pigeon Club, with a fortuitous pick for a break in the weather had their third and fourth races on Thursday, May 21.
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South Dakota State Parks statewide are hosting holiday weekend events to connect families to nature.
Remember the feeling of fear, mixed with excitement that we get on the first day at a new job or a new school? We nervously go through our day knowing that this is where we are supposed to be but wondering if we look out of place. The excitement for the challenge ahead overpowers the fear of the unknown. Pretty soon what was once unknown and frightening is routine and comfortable.
As Memorial Day weekend approaches so does the first summer boating holiday.
The month of May usually marks the start of the burning season for the local GFP habitat staff. Typically this time of year the cool season grasses have started to grow, which creates a good window for a safe and beneficial burn.
After a one day delay, the Glacial Lakes Walleye League held the first event of the season Tuesday night at Big Stone Lake. The organizers of the league made the change in start dates because of the weather that was forecast. We didn’t need the skills of Nostradamus to know that Monday was shaping up to be a terrible day to fish. Although there was a little grumbling about the date change, it was definitely the right thing to do.