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Special Events

Feb. 17: Xenia, OH. OSTA Fur Sale, Ison Fur Co. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For more info call 419-946-3051. March 10: Zanesville, OH. OSTA Fur Sale, West Muskingum High School, AG Bldg. 9 a.m.-4 p.m. For more info call 419-946-3051. April 21: Mushroom Hunt. Register 8-10 a.m., Ross County Sportsman & Wildlife Club. For more info …

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Feb. 17: Slate Stone Strutters Banquet, 5:30 p.m., VFW, Ruth, MI. For more info call Bob Schweitzer, 989-864-5643. Feb. 17: Almont WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Imlay City Eagles. For more info call Michelle Lester, 810-724-7919. Feb. 17: Michigan Sportsperson Heritage Conservancy LTD Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Taylor Moose Lodge. For more info call Alan Thompson, 248-8511266.

Judge decides Little Juniata public water

By Deborah Weisberg Contributing Writer Huntingdon, Pa. — Although the Spring Ridge Club now has one less water to call its own, club operator Donny Beaver is claiming “nothing has changed” on the Little Juniata River. ”It’s business as usual on the Little J at the Spring Ridge Club … “ Beaver said in a

Canada geese gave state cold shoulder

By P.J. Reilly Southeast Correspondent Lancaster, Pa. — Southeast Pennsylvania goose hunters had a tough year. Migratory Canada geese that wing through the area each year didn’t show up for the season in their usual, large numbers. The most likely reason they didn’t show up is the unseasonably warm weather the state experienced in December

Ice fishing slow in starting before frigid spell

Ice thickness and quality has varied on lakes statewide, especially in counties where heavy snowfall served to insulate or “cloud” hardening surfaces. Many lakes failed to form the 4 inches considered safe until early February. Ice quality can vary on different parts of the same lake. Anglers are advised to check conditions and exercise extreme

Bush budget would halt some land conservation

By Dirk Lammers AP Business Writer Sioux Falls, S.D. (AP) — President Bush’s proposed budget would put a land conservation program that protects some 35 million acres on hold in favor of boosting corn production to meet the growing demand for ethanol. While the proposal might help lessen the country’s dependence on oil, a pheasant

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