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Monday, May 27th, 2024

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Funding bill clears second committee

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – Dedicated funding’s push through the Legislature took another step forward Monday, when it passed out of its second Senate committee. Senate Majority Leader Larry Pogemiller’s bill, SF

Pheasant bag hike a top topic for DNR meetings

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor St. Paul – The DNR began hosting a series of meetings across the state this week where department officials will have opportunities to discuss with hunters and trappers a slew

MCEA sues DNR over shoreland standards

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul – Arguing the DNR decided in an arbitrary manner to deny a petition to start a process to make alternative shoreland standards mandatory, the Minnesota Center for Environmental

Legislature tackles fish and game bills

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — Earlier this week, Gov. Tim Pawlenty signed off on the Great Lakes Compact, a bill designed to afford the lakes added protection. The previous night, the House

Drought could result in spring pond shortages

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor Bemidji, Minn. — If temporary ponds are the welcome mats for northbound ducks in the spring, Minnesota may be more of a pass-through than a destination. That’s because drought conditions

No change for walleye slot on Lake Mille Lacs in 2007

DNR Reports St. Paul — Anglers who fish Lake Mille Lacs this year again will have ample opportunity to harvest walleyes under a slot limit unchanged since 2004, according to the Minnesota DNR. The season

Daylight-saving time

Joe Albert Staff Writer Let there be light. Been talking to a lot of people the past few days, and the topic of spring and all things warm always slides into the conversation. Which is

Venison donation program in works at state Capitol

By Tim Spielman Associate Editor St. Paul — While some of the state’s deer hunters are pushing for a state outlay of money to fund a venison donation program, others would like hunters to pay

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