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Gillette Woman Who Poached Bull Elk Must Pay $19,000

Prairie Whiteface, who used elk licenses that were not issued to her, also lost her privilege to buy licenses and to hunt for three years in Wyoming and 38 other states.
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Coyote Attack Reported On CU-Boulder's East Campus

Wildlife officials are putting up warning signs on the University of Colorado's east campus in Boulder after a dog and its owner were attacked by a coyote.
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Remington Relocating Some 'Freedom Group' Companies

Christian Lowe
Top arms company to shut down operations nationwide, consolidate in new Alabama factory.
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Kobach Has An Interest In New Kansas Gun Firm

Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach said Friday that his involvement in a new firearms manufacturing firm in northeast Kansas stems from his interest in hunting and shooting.
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Mille Lacs Bass Offer Alternative To Walleyes

Mille Lacs' battered reputation as the state's premiere walleye lake overshadows how it has become a premiere smallmouth bass fishery.
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Missouri Lawmakers Fall Short On Gun Nullification

Despite being a top priority, a dispute among Republicans ultimately derailed the attempt to void any federal law that “infringed on people's right to keep and bear arms.”
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Gov. Jindal To Appear In 'Duck Dynasty' Premiere

A&E Network says Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal will appear on the Season 6 premiere of “Duck Dynasty.”
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Some Politicians Cash In On AR-15 Craze

Christian Lowe
In a growing trend, the nation’s most popular semi-automatic rifle has increasingly become a marketing tool for everything from magazine sales (the print kind) to political campaigns.
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South Dakota Proposes Steep Deer License, Tag Cuts

The most drastic cut applies to antlerless deer tags, which would be cut by almost 60 percent.
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Alligator Shot On Beach In Charleston County

A 10-foot alligator has been shot and killed in the surf at Folly Beach southeast of Charleston.
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