”KDWP had another record year of nonresident deer applications,” said Shanda Knapic, Chief of Licensing. “We received almost 30,000 applications from April 1 – 29. We’re aware the anticipation of waiting on draw results can be stressful; however we appreciate your patience with us as we validate the data and confirm the accuracy of the information that was migrated into our new system.”

Kansas Wins Prestigious Gold Shovel Award for Economic Development Excellence for Second Consecutive Year

“For the second year in a row, Kansas has been recognized as one of the nation’s leaders in job creation and business investment,” Governor Laura Kelly said. “There’s a reason why: Our track record of fully funding schools, investing in infrastructure, and expanding broadband access has resulted in more businesses choosing to call Kansas home.”

Rains Bring Tough Mushrooms to Lawns

Manhattan, Kan. — As summer rains fall across Kansas, many people may see mushrooms pop up in their lawns a day or two afterwards. Kansas State University horticulture expert Ward Uphams said that while most of these mushrooms are harmless or even beneficial, those that form an arc-like or circular pattern called fairy rings can…