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October 23, 2017

Furloughs coming for Remington Arms’ New York workers

Remington Arms will furlough employees at its Ilion, N.Y., plant, according to numerous reports out of Ilion. The furloughs – time off without pay – are expected to come sometime yet this year, span three weeks, and impact most of the 900 or so employees remaining at the Ilion factory, according to the reports. A

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Hunters asked to report banded roosters as part of pheasant research project

Pheasant hunters can voluntarily report roosters that were banded as part of a study being conducted by the Minnesota DNR. DNR Farmland Wildlife Populations and Research Group workers captured and banded roosters during a research project. The two study areas involved in the project are the Lamberton Wildlife Management Area complex in Redwood County and

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Explaining DNR’s mandatory CWD testing in central, north central, southeastern Minnesota [video]

A video (above and at mndnr.gov/cwd) explains how to get deer tested for chronic wasting disease. Testing will be required in portions of north-central, central and southeast Minnesota during the opening weekend of firearms deer season. Precautionary testing from 7:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 4, to Sunday, Nov. 5, will determine whether chronic wasting

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