When Covid-19 hit, you could practically hear the screech of brakes as our country came to a rapid stop.

Anyone who has fished for any length of time has had a bad day using old fishing line. Remembering that experience is like a painful blister; the frustration, knots, snarled spools, broken lin…

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series on Allegany native Martha Ruether, a vision-impaired swimmer who will compete in the 16th Paralympic Games later this summer in Tokyo.)

(Editor’s note: This is the last outdoor column written by Roger Sager before his death on June 14. His children, Eric Sager and Suzi Marasco, transcribed the article into a computer from the …

Though May was one of the driest, if not the driest May I’ve ever seen, June has had more than enough showers and thunderstorms. 

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the second of a two-part series on Rixford, Pa. native Scott Fox, a NASCAR award-winning engine assembler for the highly-successful Hendrick Motorsports team.)

(EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first of a two-part series on Rixford, Pa. native Scott Fox, an NASCAR award-winning engine assembler for the highly-successful Hendrick Motorsports team.)

I’ve always thought that fishing has to be the biggest “gadget sport” I ever knew of. The proof of this is easily seen in the size of tackle boxes filled and the number of rods and reels accum…