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HE CRIED

September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

He Cried is a special blog submission from Christopher VanStee Tonight he cried.  This wasn’t just a run of the mill temper-tantrum cry of a little boy.  It wasn’t a cry of immature frustration or a standard life isn’t fare” cry.  This was unlike any cry he ever experienced before in his eleven limited years…

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10 REASONS HUNTING SHOULD BE A WOMAN'S SPORT OF CHOICE

September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

 Claire Eckstrom 1. Coming face-to-face with a bull elk could add that necessary element of danger your day job is lacking – because avoiding Steve from accounting has become too easy. 2. It’s a much cheaper way to get organic meat than Whole Foods. 3. All of your friends think that you’re a real-life Katniss,…

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HIAWATHA COULD CLOSE ROADS UNLESS YOU GET INVOLVED

September 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hiawatha National Forest manages more than 3,000 miles of roads. While many Forest roads provide land management- and user-related benefits, some may also pose risks to forest resources. Increased use of an aging roads infrastructure increases safety and maintenance costs, impacts wildlife, and contributes to degradation of water quality. Over the past several years, even…

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