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Extended I-44 Antire ramp closure requires detours for Henges Shooting Range

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Entrance and exit ramps from westbound I-44 to Antire are now closed through September More

Henges rifle/pistol range closes temporarily for upgrade

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Jay Henges shooting range
Rifle/pistol range will shut down for approximately one week starting Aug. 20 to allow for upgrade to bullet trap. More

Hunters can certify racks at Henges Range antler-scoring event

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Photo of ten-point white-tailed deer rack of antlers
Hunters can have deer racks scored at event on Saturday, Feb. 18, from 9 a.m. to noon. More

Hunters can certify racks at MDC Henges Range antler scoring event

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I-44 construction requires detour to access/exit Jay Henges Shooting Range

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Injured vet Jim Trombley shoots at Henges

Injured vet Jim Trombley shoots at Henges
Ballwin U.S. Navy veteran Jim Trombley breaks a clay bird from his wheelchair while trapshooting at the Jay Henges Shooting Range June 3. Trombley was attending a special program for vets from the Spinal Cord Injury Ward at Jefferson Barracks Hospital. The outing was a cooperative effort between the Missouri Department of Conservation, The High Ridge VFW Post, and the Association for Paralyzed Veterans of America. More

Injured Veterans shooting at Henges Range

Injured Veterans shooting at Henges Range
Three veterans from the Spinal Cord Injury Ward at Jefferson Barracks Hospital attended a special shooting program June 3 at MDC's Jay Henges Shooting Range. Pictured l-r holding shotguns are Jim Trombley of Ballwin, LaRoy Smith of St. Louis and James Smith of St. Louis. More

MDC staff helps injured veteran LaRoy Smith shoot trap

MDC staff helps injured veteran LaRoy Smith shoot trap
  MDC employee Jim Napoli (right) assists LaRoy Smith of St. Louis as he prepares to shoot trap at the Jay Henges Shooting Range. Smith is a veteran from the Spinal Cord Injury Ward at Jefferson Barracks Hospital. Napoli’s High Ridge VFW Post, the Conservation Department, and the Association for Paralyzed Veterans of America cooperated to put on the outing June 3. More