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Operation Dry Water Part of Nationwide Effort to Crack Down on Impaired Boaters

SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Conservation Police Officers (CPOs) will be out in full force this weekend – on the look-out for boaters operating under the influence of drugs or alcohol.  The increased enforcement is part of a national coordinated effort of stepped-up enforcement called…


Salazar Announces Reopening of Statue of Liberty’s Crown,Restoration of Historic Building at Ellis Island

NEW YORK, NY – The American public will once again be able to visit the crown of the Statue of Liberty, which was closed after the 9/11 attacks for safety and security reasons, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar announced today. In addition, the Department of the Interior will invest…


Stay Safe While Enjoying Wisconsin Waterways Over July 4th Holiday

MADISON – During a typical Fourth of July holiday, more than 1 million Wisconsin residents and visitors take to the state’s abundant lakes and rivers to boat, fish, swim and paddle around. Following widespread flooding in June across southern Wisconsin, people need to exercise even more care than usual, water…


Kentucky Afield Outdoors: Boat Safely This July 4th Weekend

Frankfort, Ky. – July 4th is the busiest boating weekend of the year in Kentucky. Congested waters make for dangerous conditions, so boaters should be extra careful as they enjoy the holiday. Be aware of all other boaters nearby, especially personal watercraft (manufactured under the trade names Jet Ski, Sea-Doo,…


DNR Encourages Holiday Travelers To Get Their ‘Bay Game’ On

 ANNAPOLIS, MD — Independence Day is drawing near and for many Marylanders, the Fourth of July holiday weekend means the beach, family barbeques, fireworks, and – to the dismay of children everywhere – long car rides. To direct restless energy during summer travel, parents are invited to pick up a…


State Parks Ready for Country Stampede, Independence Day Despite Some Flooding

Although last week in June finds many parks inundated, hopes rise with lower waters PRATT — As the last weekend in June approaches, some state parks in the eastern portions of Kansas are struggling with flooded facilities. Activities at these parks may be limited the weekend of June 28-29, but…