GoWild is one of the hottest outdoor phone apps on the market. Brad Luttrell, of Louisville, Kentucky is the brainchild of the rapidly growing business. Luttrell and his nine-member staff traveled to the Missouri Ozarks recently for an action packed few days of brainstorming at a work retreat, paddling the Current River in the Ozarks National Scenic Riverways enjoying fly fishing lessons from renowned fly angler Mark VanPatten and dining on fine meals from the Gravel Bar Gourmet.
Today, Governor Mike Parson urged members of the state’s tourism industry to continue their work to promote Missouri as a travel destination, an effort that helped pump more than $17 billion into the state’s economy last year.
The attempted theft of a pair of blue jeans landed a wanted man in jail on September 28.
Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, reminds drivers that deer are more active and create hazards for Missouri motorists this time of year. Drivers are reminded that an attempt to avoid striking a deer could result in a more serious crash involving oncoming traffic. Try to remain calm.
The Onondaga Friends Association will partner with area grottoes to host geology tours of Onondaga Cave, Saturday, Oct. 26. These first-come, first-served cave tours will leave every half-hour from the visitor center. The first tour begins promptly at 5 p.m. and the last tour will depart at 9 p.m. This lively and exciting event is geared towards an adult audience, but everyone is welcome.
The Wurdack Research Center Field Day featured numerous discussions centered on forages and livestock, and provided local farmers and producers with information to help them improve their farming operations. The event, which took place Friday, Oct. 4, included a free lunch that was sponsored by First Community National Bank (FCNB).