VALPARAISO | The Deep River Bowmen Archery Club will host its annual Art Sears Memorial Shoot from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 9 and 10 at its range, Ind. 149 and County Road 600 North.
VALPARAISO | The Deep River Bowmen are offering a public "Bonanza Shoot" from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at their grounds on Ind. 149 and County Road 600 North.
Kids of all ages draw back on their bows Saturday at the Riverdale Archery Club.
Cooper Gregar-Skillman, 7, draws back and aims his arrow Saturday during the Archery Club meeting at the Riverside Archery Shop. The club is offered by Lowell parks officials.
SUMAVA RESORTS | Pulling back on the bow, Luis Hernandez takes aim, then turns with a triumphant grin as his arrow hits its target.
On a warm August afternoon a group of young women are out for a Chicago bachelorette party. Are they clubbing? Taking in some of Chicago’s famous fine dining? Partaking in a lovely river cruise?
UNION TOWNSHIP | Nadiza Bulkowski remembers the first time she drew a bow.
LONDON | North Korea's Om Yun Chol said he wanted to lift a big weight and make the other athletes nervous.
VALPARAISO | Deep River Bowmen's Archery Club will host its first shoot of the year March 11.
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One Source Outfitters owner Jim Barbarossa stands in his store July 1 in Liberty Township on U.S. 6. Barbarossa will have a grand opening of his store the last week of July.
One Source Outfitters owner Jim Barbarossa will be having a grand opening of his archery store the last week of July. The store is located at 123 U.S. 6.
One Source Outfitters owned by Liberty Township resident Jim Barbarossa sells all things relating to bow hunting. The store is located at 123 U.S. 6.
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