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48 min ago | Coal Valley News

Archery for deer maintains its big gun status

Local taxidermist, Paul Cook displays the type of trophy that hunters seek in the bow-hunt only counties of Logan, Mingo, Wyoming and McDowell. Local taxidermist, Paul Cook displays the type of trophy that hunters seek in the bow-hunt only counties of Logan, Mingo, Wyoming and McDowell.

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1 hr ago | AmmoLand

Hunters Can Begin Pursuing Deer with Archery Equipment on Sept. 13

As the seasons transition from summer to autumn, it is time to prepare for a favorite time of year for many hunters. According to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources' Wildlife Resources Division , archers get the first opportunity at bringing home a deer beginning Saturday, Sept.

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2 hrs ago | MGo Blue

Football's Miller Talks Family, Reveals Meaning Behind Tattoos

He's best known as the starting center and anchor of the offensive line for the University of Michigan football team. But he's also a political science major, and thinks he might someday become a lawyer or run for public office.

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4 hrs ago | The Batavian

Hunters looking to use rifles for deer hunting locally

A group of local hunters packed into the committee room of the Old Courthouse on Monday to back a proposal to allow hunting of big game in Genesee County with rifles. All but a handful of counties in New York have amended their laws to allow rifles for big game hunting.

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7 hrs ago | IndyMedia

Billionaire Gun Control Backer Drops $2.5 Million On Nazi Tank

Paul Allen, the Microsoft co-founder who recently chipped in $500,000 to back a gun control proposal in Washington state, is now catching flak for buying a World War II Nazi tank. The tank in question, a Panzerkampfwagen IV Ausf.

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11 hrs ago | Truro Daily News

Hunters head back into woods for bear, deer seasons

"Hunting has long been part of the heritage and culture of Nova Scotia," said Natural Resources Minister Zach Churchill in a press release. "I encourage hunters to enjoy the season but hunt responsibly with a focus on safety."

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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Politico

Boggs created modern world of D.C. lobbying

With a penchant for martinis and cigars, Boggs was remembered by friends for his love of duck hunting, spending time on the Eastern Shore and storytelling. "Tommy was a wonderful friend," said J.D. Williams, a retired veteran tax lobbyist and founder of Williams & Jensen.

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WVNY

NY Hunters Encouraged to Apply Early for Deer Management Permits

New York hunters are encouraged to apply early for deer management permits. A press release says the deadline to apply for permits is October 1. "In addition to providing enjoyable days afield with family and friends and sustainably harvested food on the table, recreational deer hunting is our most effective deer population management tool," said Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner Joe Martens.

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Maryland Department of Natural Resources

NRP Charges Two Men with Illegal Hunting in Allegany and Frederick Counties

Maryland Natural Resources Police officers charged two men with illegal hunting in separate incidents in Allegany and Frederick counties this past weekend. Steven Daniel McKee, 48, of Flintstone, received six citations for killing a bear out of season and using bait, and for failing to report killing an antlerless deer.

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Hunting

Slice, Slice Baby: Best New Broadheads for 2014

Among archery hunters there are two camps: loyalists who find a setup that works and stick with it forever and those always looking for the next big thing. If you count yourself among the latter, 2014 offers enough new gear to keep you busy, and broke, until a whole new crop of gear arrives next year.

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Bangor Daily News

Lyme Disease Changes Maine's Deer Discussion

For more than a century, Maine deer have been managed for maximum populations that benefit deer hunters. But Lyme disease is changing the discussion, and is likely to force Maine's Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife to reduce deer populations in coastal, southern, and central Maine - even while they struggle to rebuild deer populations in western and northern Maine.

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The Janesville Gazette

Darrell W. Gleiter, Allens Grove, WI

Darrell W. Gleiter, age 81 of Allens Grove, WI, passed away Friday, September 12, 2014 at his home in Allens Grove, WI. Darrell was born on September 18, 1932 in White, SD, the son of Annis and Vivian Gleiter.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

The Janesville Gazette

Brett C. Goth, Janesville, WI

Brett C. Goth, age 52, of Janesville, died unex-pectedly Thursday, Sept. 11, 2014, at his home.

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The Block Island Times

Sand dune restoration and duck hunting on the ponds

Snow fencing was once again front and center at the Conservation Commission's meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The Commission was in receipt of three emails from Chris Warfel regarding both the traditional wire and wood fencing typically used on Block Island and elsewhere for dune restoration and his own "alternative fencing" made from jute netting.

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Cleveland.com

Lakewood debates backyard chickens; North Olmsted debates deer hunting: Best of the Beat

Lakewood City Council considers allowing residents to raise chickens in their backyards, and North Olmsted considers allowing limited deer hunting. Read about these stories and more from Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Florida Times-Union

Andy Stands for deer hunting made by Jacksonville firefighter

The Andy Stand was a modern copy of a WWII Japanese sniper stand. It was devised and sold commercially by Jacksonville firefighter Andy Anders.

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Star Tribune

Anderson: Deer stand safety doesn't come by accident

Tree-stand safety begins and ends with a safety harness or vest. Both are designed to catch the hunter if he or she falls and distribute body weight equally in such an event.

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The Capital-Journal

Marc Murrell: Young hunters see early success during Kansas youth deer season

First deer are memorable for many reasons. Young 10-year-old Kale Sher was all smiles after taking his first deer, this nice, big doe, last weekend with his Dad, Eric.

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WALB-TV Albany

Third annual TCT7 swim to be held Saturday

On Friday, as John and Tammy Eunice prepared for a swimming event at Long Pond in Lake Park to honor their son James, they were excited to continue giving back to the community three years after their son's death. "Through this type of fundraiser and others throughout the year," said John Eunice, James's father, "we've been blessed to be able to give back to the community some $200,000 in a variety of ways."

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MLive.com

Meijer partners with DNR to provide free youth hunting licenses for kids 16 and under

Young hunters across Michigan will once again have the opportunity to get a free junior deer hunting license thanks to a partnership between Meijer and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. For the seventh consecutive year, the Grand Rapids-based Meijer will provide junior hunters ages 16 and under with free small game, mentored youth and combination licenses for the upcoming youth hunting seasons.

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