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June 11, 2018

Captive-herd reindeer in Illinois tests positive for CWD, a first in North America

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Chronic wasting disease (CWD) has been identified in one reindeer in a captive herd in northern Illinois, the state Department of Agriculture said in a news release June 8. The affected reindeer was sampled on April 23 during a necropsy after the animal died unexpectedly, according to the release. Tissues for CWD

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Ohio’s Maumee River becomes official ‘water trail’

Waterville, Ohio — On May 16, Northwest Ohio’s first officially designated “water trail” was dedicated at Metroparks Toledo’s Farnsworth Park on the Maumee River. According to DNR, this becomes the 11th water trail in Ohio since the program began in 2006. Every town and the five counties along the approximately 108 miles included in this

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Panel scoring confirms new Michigan crossbow record buck [photo]

Ann Arbor, Mich. — The typical 12-pointer that 78-year-old Cary Shear from Ann Arbor shot with a crossbow on Nov. 11, 2017 in Washtenaw County is officially a new state record among typical crossbow kills after being panel measured by three Commemorative Bucks of Michigan scorers, but by only 1⁄8-of-an-inch instead of 3⁄8. CBM bylaws

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