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January 30, 2018

Washington state helicopter crash kills 1 during mule deer survey

POMEROY, Wash. — Officials say one person has died following the crash of a helicopter contracted by Washington state’s Department of Fish and Wildlife to help with mule deer surveying. Garfield County Sheriff Drew W. Hyer says the crash happened at about 2 p.m. Saturday. The investigation has been turned over to the Washington State

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Efforts to protect crucial Lake Superior fish spawning area go before the public

LAKE LINDEN, Mich. — A campaign to protect a crucial Lake Superior fish spawning area gets underway this week. A public meeting on Buffalo Reef is scheduled for 6 p.m. today (Tuesday, Jan. 30) at Lake Linden-Hubbell High School in Houghton County. Waste material known as “stamp sands” were dumped into the lake during the

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Pennsylvania Game Commission has new wildlife management director

Matthew Schnupp is the new director for the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Management. Schnupp, who for 10 years served as chief wildlife biologist and research liaison for the 825,000-acre King Ranch, in Kingsville, Texas, started in the position Monday, Jan. 29. Schnupp fills a position left vacant when former bureau director Wayne Laroche was appointed

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