Participation requires additional permit, safety training The first part of Missouri’s 2020 archery deer and turkey seasons opened Tuesday and will remain open through Nov. 13. While most hunting on Fort Leonard Wood will take place in designated hunting areas outside the cantonment, the installation is holding a coinciding Cantonment Archery Hunt for the third consecutive year. To … [Read more...] about Cantonment Archery Hunt underway
The Waynesville High School Tigers boys’ and girls’ cross-country teams had strong showings Saturday at the Lebanon Invitational, which started at Lebanon Middle School and included a 1-mile stretch along nearby conservation trails. “Overall, it was an awesome meet,” said Nicole Jarman, WHS cross-country coach. “The conservation trails made it a different and fun race for the runners.” The … [Read more...] about Tiger Roundup: WHS cross-country teams compete at Lebanon
Daugherty Bowling Center is holding bowling for families only every Saturday. Adults must be accompanied by children 18 and younger to participate. Prizes will be awarded for the highest family score and high youth score the last Saturday of every month. Participants must have three games logged to be eligible. Family Bowling rates are $2 per game per person with $2 shoe rental. Families can … [Read more...] about DBC holding Family Bowling specials
Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation originally planned to host a watch party for this year's Kentucky Derby, but, due to COVID-19, those plans fell through. However, local and area racing aficionados can still have fun — and possibly even win a grand prize — by showing their love for the sport of horse racing. From now until the starting time of the actual race at 2 p.m. Saturday, the … [Read more...] about ‘Virtual Kentucky Derby’ gives horse-racing fans a chance to win a prize
Nearly 20 teams put their boat-building and racing skills to the test as they gathered Saturday at the Training Area 250 lake for the 2020 Cardboard Boat Race. The annual event, held by Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, invites two-person teams to construct their own watercraft using only a few, specific materials in addition to cardboard. Teams then compete to see which vessel can … [Read more...] about Cardboard boats race, sink at TA 250
The 36th annual Army Ten-Miler is being held in a virtual format this year, giving runners across the country the chance to participate individually on a route of their own choosing. Although early-bird registration has expired, registration remains open for a $59 per-runner fee. Registration can be completed on the Army Ten-Miler official site at https://www.armytenmiler.com. Fort Leonard … [Read more...] about Still time to enter Virtual Army Ten-Miler
Viewers can watch 'Frozen 2,' camp overnight at Gerlach Field Registration has opened for the upcoming "Movie in the Park Campout," which will give audiences a chance to see the animated film "Frozen 2" as well as an opportunity to camp out under the stars starting at 7:30 p.m. Sept. 18 at Gerlach Field. While the movie showing is free, camping reservations are $20, which includes a … [Read more...] about ‘Movie in the Park Campout’ reservations open
Described by state officials as "a geological wonderland," visitors to Ha Ha Tonka State Park near Camdenton, Missouri, can expect to see caves, a natural bridge, bluffs, the state's 12th-largest spring and the ruins of a European-style stone castle along its 15 miles of hiking trails. Starting at 10 a.m. Aug. 29, staff members from Fort Leonard Wood's Outdoor Adventure Center will hold a … [Read more...] about Outdoor Adventure Center to sponsor Ha Ha Tonka park hikes beginning Aug. 29
This week, Guidon Managing Editor Brian Hill shares his wife's recipe for a successful taco night. "The nice thing about taco night is it's really easy to customize to different tastes and diets," she said. "Some people want meat or extra cheese on their tacos, others — like Brian — just want their tacos fiery hot. Everyone can put the ingredients together their own way and everyone … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
By Lt. Jason Ploss Hunters, anglers and other outdoor recreationists take note: Several changes have been made to Fort Leonard Wood's hunting and fishing regulations this year, as well as to FLW 190-11, which governs, in part, the use and transportation of all weapons on the installation. What's new? Under FLW-190-11, which was revised in April, all crossbows and compound … [Read more...] about Updated hunting regs require crossbows, compound bows to be declared on Fort Leonard Wood
Safety-measure compliance has led to successful reopening of mini-golf course, go-kart track, splash park Due to COVID-19, it was a long wait for those anxious for Fort Leonard Wood's Rec Plex to start its summer season. When the facility reopened its doors July 25 with its miniature golf course, go-kart track and splash park available, it ended an even longer wait — the water-play area … [Read more...] about Rec Plex staff strives to provide ‘safe, fun environment’
This week, Master Sgt. Priscilla Johnson, enlisted aide for Brig. Gen. James Bonner, Maneuver Support Center of Excellence and Fort Leonard Wood commanding general, shares a recipe for broccoli and turkey sausage quiche. What are you making for dinner? To be featured, submit your photos and recipes to firstname.lastname@example.org. "I just like doing quiches because they offer a hearty breakfast … [Read more...] about What’s for dinner?
The time is right for teams to start building their lake-worthy watercraft if they plan to enter Fort Leonard Wood's 2020 Cardboard Boat Race. The annual event, held by Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation, is scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. Aug. 22 at the lake at Training Area 250. "This is a great team-building, unit-cohesion, family bonding or homeschool project," explained LoraLee … [Read more...] about FMWR seeking teams for annual cardboard boat race
Piney Valley Golf Course has scheduled the first of three upcoming "Special Event Days" for Aug. 15, giving golfers a chance to win prizes for completing the longest drive, shooting closest to the pin or completing the longest putt. "We are starting with three to see how participation goes," explained Steve Belton, golf course manager. Belton said the special will run from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. … [Read more...] about PVGC to hold first of three ‘Special Event Days’ Aug. 15
'Drop Zone' reopens; Bowling, menu specials coming soon Business has been booming since Daugherty Bowling Center reopened its doors July 25, according to its manager, who says that, overall, patrons are successfully complying with new safety measures in place. "The reopening of Daugherty Bowling Center has been smooth coming off our 120-day closure," DBC Manager Joseph Manucci said. "All the … [Read more...] about Bowling center reopening has been ‘smooth’