Thursday, March 30th, 2023
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January 12, 2006


Jan. 19: Annual NWTF Hunting Heritage Northern Kettles Chapter Banquet Milhomme Supper Club, Kiel. For more info call Dan Wollner, 920-893-8483. Jan. 24: Lower Wisconsin River WTU Chapter Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Dorf Haus, Sauk City. For more info call Gene Hausner, 608-588-7780, evenings. Jan 26: Oregon WTU Chapter Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Park Ponderosa, McFarland. For

Feds won’t appeal gray wolf rulings

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Minneapolis — Federal officials in wolf country around the U.S. have begun the process of wolf delisting, following an announcement by the Department of Justice that it won’t appeal court decisions that earlier struck down reduced protections for gray wolves. In a memo dated Dec. 16, Craig Manson, assistant secretary

Marginal ice conditions not helping hard-water anglers

By Glen Schmitt Contributing Writer St. Paul — Warm weather, snow, slush, thin ice, and fewer anglers have captured headlines during the ice fishing season. Although January is nearly half over, ice conditions remain unpredictable in most areas of the state. Ice always is, but this year has provided a wide range of varying ice

Fridley may take steps to curb goose problems

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Fridley, Minn. — Officials in the metropolitan city of Fridley are afraid their residents may be just a bit too friendly when it comes to geese and ducks. Incessant feeding of the waterfowl has made the feathered critters congregate in public areas, leaving behind a maze of droppings, along with

State agencies tackle issue of manure runoff

By Judy Nugent Correspondent Madison — The past 18 months saw 52 cases of manure runoff resulting in fish kills and polluted drinking wells in Wisconsin, creating a job for the new Manure Management Task Force assembled by the DNR and the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Protection. This 16-member task force was asked to

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