Some people may not believe it, especially those who have hit a deer in the recent past, but according to Darren Brown, natural resource officer with the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks, and Tourism says that deer numbers are down, especially in Marshall County, this year. Brown says it could be because of a disease that the deer are coming into contact with, such as EHD and blue tongue virus. They can get EHD thru the bite of a midge, which is similar to a gnat.
About Kevin Rippe
Kevin Rippe was born in Marysville and moved to Smith Center at the age of 1, then graduated from Smith Center High School in 1995. He graduated from Cloud County Community College in 1997, and joined the staff of KKAN/KQMA radio in Phillipsburg a year later. Since June of 2011 Kevin has been with us here at Your Country KNDY. You can hear Kevin on daily news reports, as well as calling area high school football and basketball. Kevin lives in Marysville with his wife Melissa, and 4 children Brennen, Jacob, Bailee, and Joshua.