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Kansas Newspaper Clippings - Wildlife & Parks

2006

Brent Frazee
A landmark year
Kansas City Star, 01/01/2006

Michael Pearce
New Year's wish: A regal mountain lion sighting
Wichita Eagle, 01/01/2006

Associated Press
Menninger Clinic land now a state park
Lawrence Journal World, 01/05/2006

Amy Bickel
Former park ranger switches focus to new passion
Hutchinson News, 01/05/2006

Menninger Clinic grounds to be state park
Hays Daily News, 01/06/2006

KDWP Reports
KDWP to develop new state park
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/08/2006

Michael Pearce
Leaders of petition drive meet with governor
Wichita Eagle, 01/08/2006

Karen Shideler
State warns of Arkansas River Fish catch of the day: noxious fish
Wichita Eagle, 01/10/2006

Kansas issues new fish consumption advisories
Chanute Tribune, 01/12/2006

Michael Pearce
Deer debate
Wichita Eagle, 01/15/2006

Shawn Tolivar
KDWP's sale of Rock Ford land a shame that should be reversed [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 01/17/2006

Don Rose
Shame on everyone involved in sale of land at Rocky Ford [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 01/18/2006

Stacy Millard
Rocky Ford has a long history and should be reopened to public [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 01/18/2006

Michael Pearce
Wasting disease possible in state's deer
Wichita Eagle, 01/20/2006

Benita Y. Williams
Exotic animal rule delay upsets family of victim
Kansas City Star, 01/20/2006

Bill Graham
Deer may have mad cow-like disease
Kansas City Star, 01/20/2006

Associated Press
Deer's death investigated
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/20/2006

Shawn Tolivar
Public deserves land [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 01/21/2006


Exotic animals stricter rules quickly
Kansas City Star, 01/22/2006

Michael Pearce
Panel ponders discount for kids
Wichita Eagle, 01/22/2006

Brent Frazee
'A world unto itself'
Kansas City Star, 01/22/2006

Kathryn Mayes
County pledges to get back land
Manhattan Mercury, 01/23/2006

Doug Sebelius
Let motorists pay the bill to maintain our state parks [letter to the editor]
Salina Journal, 01/23/2006

Michael Pearce
Wasting disease confirmed in Kansas
Wichita Eagle, 01/24/2006

Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Meat lockers, hunting guides will wait to gauge the impact of chronic wasting disease in Kansas deer disease's economic toll
Wichita Eagle, 01/25/2006

Bill Graham
Brain disease confirmed in northwest Kansas deer
Kansas City Star, 01/25/2006

Leah Filter
'Wasting' disease a concern
Manhattan Mercury, 01/25/2006

Associated Press
Chronic wasting disease found in Pratt
Junction City Daily Union, 01/25/2006

Associated Press
Deer hunt planned to evaluate disease
Lawrence Journal World, 01/26/2006

The News Staff
Eight hunters from N.C. to pay more than $36,000 in fines for illegally shooting deer
Hutchinson News, 01/26/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Hunt planned to evaluate deer disease
Hutchinson News, 01/26/2006

Hunt set to study deer for disease
Parsons Sun, 01/26/2006

Mike Corn
Unhealthy looking, acting deer a strong indicator of debilitating illness
Hays Daily News, 01/27/2006

Mike Corn
KDWP to sample deer for CWD
Hays Daily News, 01/27/2006

Bill Graham
Good-will hunting
Kansas City Star, 01/29/2006

Michael Pearce
Rocky times
Wichita Eagle, 01/29/2006

John R. Dykes
Fixing exotic-animal regulations
Kansas City Star, 02/03/2006

Jon Ruhlen
KDHE warns about mined-land fish
Parsons Sun, 02/04/2006

John Faber
Prairie dogs back on the agenda
Hays Daily News, 02/05/2006

Michael Pearce
Wildlife officials plan deer kill to check for disease
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

Michael Pearce and Fred Mann
Budget cuts leave state parks in disarray
Wichita Eagle, 02/05/2006

Greg Markowitz
Put the public back in public land; remove Hayden as KDWP secretary [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 02/05/2006

Associated Press
State parks suffer from lack of funding; Kansas ranks last in national poll
Hutchinson News, 02/06/2006

State parks suffer from lack of funding
Dodge City Daily Globe, 02/06/2006

Chris Moon
Park name faces fight
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/07/2006

Emerson Lynn Jr
State treats parks like a step-child [opinion]
Iola Register, 02/07/2006

Chris Hunter
County commission right to try to reverse Rocky Ford land sale [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 02/08/2006

Mike Corn
Deer task force asks for time, public input
Hays Daily News, 02/10/2006

Scott Seirer
Parks put in peril [editorial]
Salina Journal, 02/11/2006

Associated Press
Manhattan missing parks money
Wichita Eagle, 02/11/2006

Associated Press
Parks department investigated
Kansas City Star, 02/11/2006

Tommie Berger
Disease found in Kansas deer
Salina Journal, 02/12/2006

Michael Pearce
It's time to care for parks
Wichita Eagle, 02/12/2006

Menninger Park tribute due
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/12/2006

Amy Bickel
State parks face closure to save money
Hutchinson News, 02/13/2006

Randy Scholfield
State parks need funding
Wichita Eagle, 02/13/2006

Amy Bickel
Sand Hills to get campground
Hutchinson News, 02/13/2006

Bill Graham
Kansas to test deer for disease
Kansas City Star, 02/14/2006

Michael Pearce
Kansas hunters criticize Cheney
Wichita Eagle, 02/14/2006

KDWP Reports
Kansas state parks offer free entrance days
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Ron Leis
Too many rules [letter to the editor]
Wichita Eagle, 02/17/2006

Marc Murrell
First-ever case of CWD confirmed in Kansas
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Beccy Tanner
Bird herder's job: Keep streets droppings-free
Wichita Eagle, 02/17/2006

Barbara Hollingsworth
Sports park lauded
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/17/2006

Mike Corn
KDWP gathers samples to test for CWD
Hays Daily News, 02/17/2006

Mike Corn
Targeting CWD
Hays Daily News, 02/17/2006

John K. Strickler
Don't doubt Hayden's commitment to public lands, outdoor recreation [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 02/19/2006

Greg Markowitz
Public shut out [letter to the editor]
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/20/2006

Brent Frazee
Access denied
Kansas City Star, 02/21/2006

Michael Pearce
State finds no disease in 51 deer
Wichita Eagle, 02/21/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Committee not wild about bill to lower standards
Hutchinson News, 02/21/2006

Mike Corn
Test results negative
Hays Daily News, 02/21/2006

Crowson's view [cartoon]
Wichita Eagle, 02/22/2006

Park name
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/23/2006

Brent Frazee
Kansas trout opener heralds end of winter
Kansas City Star, 02/24/2006

Beccy Tanner
U.S. Park Service official plans visit to Nicodemus
Wichita Eagle, 02/24/2006

Mike Corn
Money crunch could jeopardize state parks
Hays Daily News, 02/24/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Hummer sports park Topeka jewel [editorial]
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/24/2006

Mike Corn
Wildlife agency takes stab at high-tech to gain input from outdoors enthusiasts
Hays Daily News, 02/24/2006

Tim Vandenack
Garden City zoo could encounter lengthy process with animal rights accusations
Hutchinson News, 02/25/2006

Michael Pearce
Legislation aims to curb problem of wild hogs
Wichita Eagle, 02/26/2006

Marc Murrell
Wildlife and Parks coordinator says hunting is still safe
Topeka Capital Journal, 02/26/2006

Sophia Maines
'March of the Salamanders' gathers human help
Lawrence Journal World, 02/28/2006

Colleen Surridge
Exotic animal regulation proposed
Parsons Sun, 02/28/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Council debates renaming park
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/01/2006

Associated Press
Leader pushes tougher regulation of exotic animals
Hutchinson News, 03/01/2006

Associated Press
Senate leader pushing for tougher regulation of exotic animals
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 03/01/2006

Steve Fry
Theft probe slowing down
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

Pete Goering
It's time to name park
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/02/2006

Jack "Miles" Ventimiglia
Hunting, fishing & OSAMA
Johnson County Sun, 03/02/2006

Mark Scott
Riley County commissioners issue ultimatum to state
Manhattan Mercury, 03/03/2006

Mark Scott
Sager questions county processes, ethics
Manhattan Mercury, 03/03/2006

Special To The Hays Daily News
KDWP summary shows anglers the best spots to fish
Hays Daily News, 03/03/2006

Michael Pearce
Legislature ponders outdoors
Wichita Eagle, 03/05/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Zoo board on council agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/06/2006

Mike Belt
New rules bring tighter chains for tiger owners
Lawrence Journal World, 03/06/2006

Clara Kilbourn
Armadillos move to Kansas
Hutchinson News, 03/07/2006

Tim Carpenter
Name may honor pioneers, Indians
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/07/2006

Tim Hrenchir
$1.8 million zoo expansion approved
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/08/2006

Regulating exotic animals
Hutchinson News, 03/08/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Topeka zoo keep FOTZ
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2006

Tim Carpenter
Hayden cites funding in opposing free licenses
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/10/2006

Stacie R. Sandall
State seizes dogs
Hays Daily News, 03/10/2006

Staff Reports
Sager to return land to public
Manhattan Mercury, 03/11/2006

Michael Pearce
Youth deer permit price could be cut in half
Wichita Eagle, 03/12/2006

Chris Green
Family, friends of tiger victim plead for animal restrictions
Hutchinson News, 03/15/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Zoo groups to raise money
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/15/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Punishment and reward hunting ideas
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/16/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Dangerous pets spur swift Senate action
Wichita Eagle, 03/17/2006

Mike Belt
Wild pigs gunned down at Clinton
Lawrence Journal World, 03/17/2006

Ned Kehde
March fishing: Lake Shawnee for trout, rivers for white bass
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/19/2006

Benita Y. Williams
Senate passes bill to regulate exotic animals
Kansas City Star, 03/19/2006

Deb Gruver
Wichita might let nonprofit use parkland
Wichita Eagle, 03/20/2006

Chris Moon
House still quibbling over park name
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/21/2006

Brent D. Wistrom
Victims' families testify on exotic pets
Wichita Eagle, 03/21/2006

Chris Green
Incentive could help offset vet shortage
Hutchinson News, 03/22/2006

Mike Belt
Ban on swine hunting wins committees' approval
Lawrence Journal World, 03/22/2006

Tim Carpenter
House OKs park's name
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/22/2006


Free speech
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/22/2006

Harris News Service
Exotic animal limits to be discussed
Hutchinson News, 03/23/2006

Missed opportunity
Hutchinson News, 03/23/2006

Mark Scott
Fishing for a reversal
Manhattan Mercury, 03/24/2006

Mike Corn
State's wildlife agency getting what it seeks, doesn't want
Hays Daily News, 03/24/2006

Bill Hilderbrand
Regulate exotic animals [lettr to the editor]
Wichita Eagle, 03/25/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
State Park name bad to worse
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/26/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Kansas park fees to rise Saturday
Lawrence Journal World, 03/27/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Playground equipment on agenda
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/27/2006

Stacy Millard
This whole Rocky Ford saga just gets stranger and stranger [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 03/29/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Playground equipment OK'd
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/29/2006

Tim Carpenter
State park name standoff in full swing
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/29/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Dead birds found in oil equipment
Wichita Eagle, 03/30/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Type of oil field equipment killing migratory birds
Lawrence Journal World, 03/30/2006

Gerold Holden
A fenced easement is no solution to Rocky Ford ownership dispute [letters to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 03/30/2006

Chris Green
Exotic animal bill advances
Parsons Sun, 03/30/2006

Chris Green
Exotic animal rules clear House hurdle
Hutchinson News, 03/30/2006

Associated Press
House OKs exotic animals rules
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

John Hanna
House passes regulations on dangerous animals
Lawrence Journal World, 03/31/2006

Tim Carpenter
Senators reject add-ons
Topeka Capital Journal, 03/31/2006

Associated Press
House passes regulations on exotic animals
Wichita Eagle, 03/31/2006

Associated Press
Animal bills in governor's hands
Lawrence Journal World, 04/01/2006

Chris Green
Exotic animals restrictions bill sent to governor
Hutchinson News, 04/01/2006

Staff Reports
State, Sager extend easement
Manhattan Mercury, 04/02/2006

Betsy Sager
The Sagers say it's time for others to step up on Rocky Ford improvement [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 04/03/2006

Scott Seirer
A danger is recognized [editorial]
Salina Journal, 04/03/2006

Amy Bickel
Feral hog bill awaits governor's signature
Hutchinson News, 04/04/2006

Our view animal danger
Garden City Telegram, 04/04/2006

Dan Voorhis
Drive aims to pay loan for Tallgrass preserve
Wichita Eagle, 04/04/2006

Ned Seaton
Did donation affect land sale?
Manhattan Mercury, 04/05/2006

Scott Rothschild
Koch foundation grant nurtures goal to acquire tallgrass preserve
Lawrence Journal World, 04/05/2006

Steve Painter
Koch gift lifts Tallgrass preserve
Wichita Eagle, 04/05/2006

Ric Anderson
Prairie preserve draws donations
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/05/2006

Associated Press
Officials announce $1M gift to help preserve prairie
Hutchinson News, 04/05/2006

David Klepper
Campaign to preserve Tallgrass Prairie gets $1 million boost
Kansas City Star, 04/05/2006

Stick with Menninger Park
Wichita Eagle, 04/06/2006

Roxana Hegeman
State tinkers with hybird fish and hopes for the best
Wichita Eagle, 04/09/2006

Associated Press
Kansas plans release of genetically altered fish into state lakes
Hutchinson News, 04/09/2006

Roxana Hegeman
To protect native fish, Kansas turns to manipulating DNA
Kansas City Star, 04/09/2006

Michael Pearce
Country musicians set for governor's turkey hunt
Wichita Eagle, 04/09/2006

Scott Rothschild
Political animals
Lawrence Journal World, 04/10/2006

Mary Clarkin
Reservoir boat house used as birth center
Hutchinson News, 04/10/2006

Associated Press
Animal shelter receives million-dollar donation
Lawrence Journal World, 04/12/2006

Brent Frazee
Turkeys stuffing Kansas
Kansas City Star, 04/12/2006

Special To The Hays Daily News
Changes in store for fishing rules
Hays Daily News, 04/14/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Murals to adorn 'Great Wall'
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/14/2006

Randy Scholfield
Danger crack down on loose dogs
Wichita Eagle, 04/15/2006

Al Ward
Young hunters need mentors
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/15/2006

Michael Pearce
Weather toughens the hunt
Wichita Eagle, 04/16/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Ready to splash out
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/17/2006

Kathryn Mayes
County ready for action
Manhattan Mercury, 04/17/2006

Associated Press
Sebelius signs abuse, exotic animal laws
Wichita Eagle, 04/18/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Council committee rejects county waiver
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/18/2006

Ron Knox
Sebelius supports free state parks
Lawrence Journal World, 04/19/2006

John Hanna
Sebelius: Parks need lotto funds
Wichita Eagle, 04/19/2006

Roxana Hegeman
Wildfires scorch 2.15M acres across nation so far
Hutchinson News, 04/19/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Council weighs golf course choice
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/19/2006

Dakotah M. Davis
County extends moratorium on exotic animals
Winfield Daily Courier, 04/19/2006


Kansans could see green, save green
Kansas City Star, 04/20/2006

David Klepper
Kansans could get free rein in parks
Kansas City Star, 04/20/2006

The Capital-Journal Editorial Board
Cyress Ridge golf course in the rough
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/20/2006

Michael Pearce
Birders migrate to Oak Park
Wichita Eagle, 04/20/2006

Mike Corn
Sebelius wants new park money
Hays Daily News, 04/21/2006

Michael Pearce
Antelope permits on agenda for Wildlife and Parks commission
Wichita Eagle, 04/23/2006

Dave Ranney
English professor collects stories of Kansas' Flint Hills
Hutchinson News, 04/23/2006

Plan is a good start to improve parks [editorial]
Kansas City Star, 04/23/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Council to consider golf course
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/24/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Wetlands playa lakes part of budget differences
Garden City Telegram, 04/25/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Playa lakes part of budget differences
Hutchinson News, 04/25/2006

Tim Hrenchir
City approves golf contract
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/26/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Rail-trail groups could more easily be sued under bill
Garden City Telegram, 04/27/2006

Mike Belt
Nature area an outdoor classroom
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Mike Belt
Name for new preserve came naturally
Lawrence Journal World, 04/27/2006

Sarah Kessinger
Bill makes rail-trail groups easier to sue
Hutchinson News, 04/27/2006

The Capital-Journal
Bill signed for park land
Topeka Capital Journal, 04/28/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Sale legal? AG won't say
Manhattan Mercury, 04/28/2006

Kathryn Mayes
Meeting's late start sends guest packing
Manhattan Mercury, 04/28/2006

Ned Seaton
Linking Rocky Ford to Tuttle
Manhattan Mercury, 04/30/2006

Ned Seaton
Changes for the greater good?
Manhattan Mercury, 04/30/2006

Staff Reports
Commission denies Sager request
Manhattan Mercury, 05/01/2006

Rudeness won't help [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 05/01/2006

Gerold Holden
Public trust is a central issue in Rocky Ford sale controversy [letter to the editor]
Manhattan Mercury, 05/02/2006

Amy Bickel
Wildlife havens suffer from drought
Hutchinson News, 05/02/2006

Michael Pearce
KDWP to ponder changes
Wichita Eagle, 05/03/2006

Associated Press
Wildlife show effects of drought
Lawrence Journal World, 05/03/2006

Nature suffers, too
Hutchinson News, 05/04/2006

Mike Belt
Lone Star marina may be revived
Lawrence Journal World, 05/06/2006

John Hanna
Lawmakers want to cut state park fees for 2007
Wichita Eagle, 05/07/2006

Ned Kehde
What has befallen the Perry crappie?
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/07/2006

Progress for state parks [opinion]
Manhattan Mercury, 05/08/2006

Mike Belt
Lone Star Lake closes for chemical treatment
Lawrence Journal World, 05/09/2006

Mike Corn
KDWP joining in on how wind farms affect wildlife
Hays Daily News, 05/12/2006

Mike Corn
Legislature rescues state parks
Hays Daily News, 05/12/2006

The Capital-Journal
Funding to help extend Shunga
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/13/2006

Brad Cooper
Signs of little help to deer or cars
Kansas City Star, 05/13/2006

Associated Press
State research explores effect of wind farms on wildlife
Lawrence Journal World, 05/14/2006

Ned Kehde
KDWP tournament plan stirs up feelings from Kansas anglers
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/14/2006

Michael Pearce
Venomous snakes plentiful around state
Wichita Eagle, 05/14/2006

Associated Press
Research to determine how wind farms affect wildlife
Hutchinson News, 05/14/2006

Associated Press
Kansas to study wind farms' effects
Kansas City Star, 05/15/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Alcohol banned at lakes
Lawrence Journal World, 05/15/2006

Mark Fagan
Clinton Cove site sold
Lawrence Journal World, 05/16/2006

Tom Bell
Get at root of deer problem [editorial]
Salina Journal, 05/16/2006

Kathy Hanks
First responders prepare for killer bees' arrival
Hutchinson News, 05/17/2006

John Green
Lake levels vary across state, with some at normal
Hutchinson News, 05/22/2006

John Green
You can't go overboard on boating safety
Hutchinson News, 05/22/2006

Ric Anderson
County votes to approve repairs at Lake Shawnee
Topeka Capital Journal, 05/23/2006

Luke Thompson
State assisting with project to make river access easier
Winfield Daily Courier, 05/23/2006

Benita Y. Williams
Relocation of cats and dogs continues
Kansas City Star, 05/24/2006

Taking unnecessary risks
Hutchinson News, 05/26/2006

Brent Frazee
Zebra mussel power
Kansas City Star, 05/28/2006

Hunting accidents in Kansas drop in 2005
Hutchinson News, 05/28/2006

Jan Biles
The catfish capital
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/4/2006

Marc Murrell
Enhanced coverage will hit full range of outdoors issues and activities
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/4/2006

Michael Pearce
Return of a legend?
Wichita Eagle, 6/4/2006

Michael Pearce
The really great fish tales never grow old
Wichita Eagle, 6/4/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Marais des Cygnes Forestry initiative available to landowners
Lawrence Journal World, 6/5/2006

Matt Campbell
Zoo sends peevish peacocks packing
Kansas City Star, 6/6/2006

Bob Johnson
GOP candidate puts tourism in spotlight
Iola Register, 6/9/2006

Michael Pearce
Will less mean more?
Wichita Eagle, 6/11/2006

John Green
Barton Co. bans wolves, wolf hybrids
Hutchinson News, 6/15/2006

John Schlageck
Animal ID pays
Chanute Tribune, 6/15/2006

Associated Press
Wolves banned
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/16/2006

Associated Press
Barton bans wolves, in advance
Wichita Eagle, 6/16/2006

Finn Bullers
Near glass, the bird's eye view might be its last
Kansas City Star, 6/16/2006

Marc Murrell
Thousands of acres opened to public fishing thanks to CFAP project
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/17/2006

Michael Pearce
Fond of the pond
Wichita Eagle, 6/18/2006

Department of Commerce announces funding for tourism attractions
Metro News, 6/23/2006

Kevin Flaherty
Pittsburg man appointed to wildlife commission
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 6/23/2006

Wildlife commission will take up topic of park fees
Hays Daily News, 6/23/2006

Tim Hrenchir
Zoo euthanizes injured zebra
Topeka Capital Journal, 6/29/2006

Mike Corn
Hayden to try again on Circle K purchase
Hays Daily News, 6/30/2006

Chad Lawhorn
KU group fights for endangered fish
Lawrence Journal World, 7/6/2006

Tom Bell
One question too many [editorial]
Salina Journal, 7/6/2006

Associated Press
Fisherman gets surprise
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/8/2006

Mike Belt
Gecko migrates north to Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 7/10/2006

Michael Pearce
Cheney free of zebra mussels
Wichita Eagle, 7/13/2006

Kathy Hanks
Man invents innovative fishing pole
Hutchinson News, 7/15/2006

Matthew Clark
State park awarded federal grant
Pittsburg Morning Sun, 7/18/2006

Kathy Hanks
Hutch has no egrets helping troubled birds
Hutchinson News, 7/20/2006

KDWP seeks public input on deer proposals
Hays Daily News, 7/28/2006

Associated Press
Government may use ferrets to reduce prairie dog population
Lawrence Journal World, 7/29/2006

Marc Murrell
Deer changes ahead KDWP seeks public input on proposals
Topeka Capital Journal, 7/30/2006

Michael Pearce
State to discuss changes in deer rules
Wichita Eagle, 7/30/2006

Michael Pearce
Invasion of the habitat snatchers
Wichita Eagle, 8/6/2006

Annie Calovich
Wild about nature
Wichita Eagle, 8/7/2006

Mike Corn
Hunters fear loss of access to land
Hays Daily News, 8/11/2006

Wildlife area undergoing renovation
Chanute Tribune, 8/18/2006

Tommie Berger
Changes likely for 2007 deer season
Salina Journal, 8/20/2006

Mike Corn
KDWP still pursuing Kirwin
Hays Daily News, 8/25/2006

Michael Pearce
Flu's Clues
Wichita Eagle, 8/27/2006

Mike Corn
Officials willing to continue Kirwin discussion
Hays Daily News, 8/27/2006

Michael Pearce
Swift move Kansas is helping revitalize the fox population in South Dakota
Wichita Eagle, 9/10/2006

Mike Corn
Local legislator remembers prairie dog bills
Hays Daily News, 9/17/2006

Patrick Lowry
Prairie dog divide [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 9/17/2006

James Carlson
Horse meat may be off menu at zoo
Topeka Capital Journal, 9/18/2006

John Green
New road signs will aid visitors to scenic byways
Hutchinson News, 9/22/2006

Wildlife areas an asset
Hutchinson News, 9/27/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Game seasons tweaked upland
Lawrence Journal World, 10/1/2006

Ann Charles
Be defensive about deer [opinion]
Chanute Tribune, 10/6/2006

Patrick Lowry
Noodling KDWP considers limited test program for hand-fishing in state [editorial]
Hays Daily News, 10/10/2006

KDWP cancels Maxwell buffalo auction due ailment that can cause to pneumonia, arthritis
Hays Daily News, 10/13/2006

Beccy Tanner
Travel by way of wetlands
Wichita Eagle, 10/14/2006

Michael Pearce
Construction to begin at wetlands center
Wichita Eagle, 10/15/2006

April Middleton
Biologist studying Kansas animals
Salina Journal, 10/20/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Hunters be forewarned Southeast Kansas dry
Lawrence Journal World, 10/23/2006

John Green
Officials celebrate wetlands expansion
Hutchinson News, 10/28/2006

George Diepenbrock
Western Kansas sees boon during hunting season
Lawrence Journal World, 10/29/2006

Sophia Maines
Researchers try to find way to control problematic cedars
Lawrence Journal World, 10/31/2006

Melissa Smith
Oh, deer!
Chanute Tribune, 10/31/2006

Brent Frazee
Pheasant opener under fire
Kansas City Star, 11/2/2006

Beccy Tanner
It's that time: Cranes make stop at central Kansas wetlands
Wichita Eagle, 11/4/2006

Marc Murrell
2006 pheasant opener draws thousands
Topeka Capital Journal, 11/5/2006

Dave Toplikar
Teacher latest to report seeing mountain lion
Lawrence Journal World, 11/7/2006

Brent Frazee
Bow hunter lands one massive buck
Kansas City Star, 11/8/2006

Mike Corn
CWD is a concern because of uncertainties surrounding the disease
Hays Daily News, 11/10/2006

Mike Corn
Officials still testing for CWD
Hays Daily News, 11/10/2006

John Green
Experts: Pine tree infection becoming epidemic
Hutchinson News, 11/11/2006

Jason Probst
A ride on the wild side
Hutchinson News, 11/12/2006

Associated Press
Ark City sanctions pigeon shoot downtown, doesn't tell residents
Lawrence Journal World, 11/16/2006

License revoked for animal sanctuary where tiger killed teen
Chanute Tribune, 11/16/2006

Mike Belt
Motorists beware: Season for deer mating near peak
Lawrence Journal World, 11/17/2006

Mike Belt
Wild turkeys gobbling up eastern Kansas
Lawrence Journal World, 11/21/2006

Associated Press
Some Kansas prairie dogs being exterminated with poison
Lawrence Journal World, 11/23/2006

Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
Vehicle permits to be less at parks
Hays Daily News, 11/24/2006

Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks
State park cabins celebrated
Hays Daily News, 11/24/2006

Dave Stephens
Kan. park fees to be reduced
Hutchinson News, 11/26/2006

Beccy Tanner and Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Disease decimates Kansas buffalo
Wichita Eagle, 11/28/2006

Editorial Board
Taxpayer thief
Hutchinson News, 11/28/2006

Dave Stephens
Prairie dogs, ferrets and ranchers . . .oh my!
Hutchinson News, 11/28/2006

Stephanie Farley
New disease wiping out parts of Kansas buffalo herds
Garden City Telegram, 11/28/2006

Associated Press
New disease wiping out parts of buffalo herds
Hutchinson News, 11/29/2006

Mike Corn
Prairie dogs still at heart of ferret debate
Hays Daily News, 11/29/2006

Tribune Staff
'Deer D-Day' safe in county
Chanute Tribune, 11/29/2006

Editorial Board
Prairie dog hysteria
Hutchinson News, 11/30/2006

Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Buffalo Association to hold annual auction
Wichita Eagle, 12/1/2006

Associated Press
Researchers say buffalo herds unaffected by disease
Junction City Daily Union, 12/1/2006

Associated Press
Researchers: Buffalo herds unaffected by disease
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

Ron Klataske
Logan County pushes forward with prairie dog eradication
Lawrence Journal World, 12/2/2006

Associated Press
Prairie dog poisoning plan resisted
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/2/2006

Beccy Tanner and Phyllis Jacobs Griekspoor
Lethal threat imperils Kansas buffalo herd as new disease strikes
Kansas City Star, 12/2/2006

Time for hunters to do their part to stop poaching
Hutchinson News, 12/3/2006

Dave Stephens
Wasting not wanted
Hutchinson News, 12/3/2006

Associated Press
Cattlemen challenge pest poisoning
Wichita Eagle, 12/3/2006

Associated Press
Researchers: Disease not affecting all buffaloes
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/4/2006

Associated Press
Disease no damper at bison sale
Lawrence Journal World, 12/4/2006

Associated Press
Bison sold despite disease concerns
Hutchinson News, 12/4/2006

Amy Bickel
Maxwell buffalo perishing
Hutchinson News, 12/7/2006

Mike Corn
Deadline passes with no confrontation
Hays Daily News, 12/7/2006

Associated Press
Cattleman hoping to save rodents
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/8/2006

Associated Press
Cattleman still hopes to save prairie dogs
Hutchinson News, 12/8/2006

KDWP Reports
State loses advocate
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/10/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Wildlife and Parks eye deer health
Lawrence Journal World, 12/10/2006

Ric Anderson
Toxic prey: Hunters find meth labs
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2006

Jim Suber
Doing a little cleaning
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/13/2006

KDWP Reports
Notebook Harrington resigns from KDWP post
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/17/2006

Michael Pearce
House's changes cause concern
Wichita Eagle, 12/17/2006

Wildlife and Parks
State turtle record falls
Lawrence Journal World, 12/17/2006

KDWP Reports
Monitoring CWD in state
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/17/2006

Dan Pace
Repeal outdated statute
Hutchinson News, 12/18/2006

Eagle Staff
Wichita lawyer to chair Wildlife and Parks Commission
Wichita Eagle, 12/19/2006

Bill Graham
KC hunts to thin park deer succeed
Kansas City Star, 12/21/2006

Dave Stephens
Grumpy snaps up state turtle record
Hutchinson News, 12/21/2006

Sophia Maines
Eagles back in Kansas, more on way
Wichita Eagle, 12/22/2006

Wildlife and Parks
Fishing regulation get update Jan. 1
Lawrence Journal World, 12/24/2006

Bill Graham
States set wildlife priorities
Kansas City Star, 12/26/2006

Sophia Maines
Bald eagles visit state for their winter feeding
Hutchinson News, 12/26/2006

Fredrick J. Johnson
Work on trail disturbs unmarked graves, caretaker says
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/28/2006

Could Kansas' coal-fired plants kill polar bears?
Wichita Eagle, 12/29/2006

KDWP Reports
KDWP sets extended antlerless season
Topeka Capital Journal, 12/31/2006