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Well, well. Two famous men, both wanting to give back. No wonder that hackneyed phrase “give back” makes my skin crawl. Lance Armstrong is reportedly volunteering to “help clean up” cycling and become the repentant poster boy...
TRAVERSE CITY (AP) — Animal welfare activists have protested in vain the past couple of years as the federal government dropped the gray wolf from its endangered species list and legislatures in five states allowed hunters to shoot the resilient...
PolitiCalControversial California Fish and Game Commissioner Daniel W. Richards' term on the panel expires soon, and it is unlikely he will be reappointed by Gov. Jerry Brown, sources said....
After Gov. Rick Snyder signed legislation into law on Dec. 28 that designates the Michigan gray wolf as a game species, a group formed a petition to block a wolf hunt. The coalition, called Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, is seeking 225,000 signatures...
L.A. NOWAuthorities in Sacramento are trying to determine who poured fuel on a young puppy before setting it on fire....
email@example.comLegislation introduced this week in the Maryland General Assembly seeks to overturn a precedent set by a Maryland Court of Appeals ruling last year that concluded pit bulls were dangerous dogs. The court ruling, which also held pit bull owners...
FRESNO, Calif. (AP) - A landmark $500 million agreement has been reached to settle a slaughterhouse abuse case that led to the biggest meat recall in U.S. history in 2008, an animal welfare group announced on Nov. 16. The civil settlement with the...
Samuel Dylan Pievac Dylan Pievac was born July 29, 1993, and passed into glory on October 31, 2012. Dylan attended The Pegasus School, Hillside School (Marlborough, MA), JSerra High School and Crean Lutheran High School. He had a zest for life, and...
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For decades, the Western gray wolf has walked a fine line. Its numbers were once so diminished the creature was added to the federal government's list of endangered species, only to be recently removed by Wyoming officials when those figures improved....
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HARBOR SPRINGS — After nearly a year of exploring options, the city of Harbor Springs has tentatively settled on a way to control the herd of deer held within the fenced deer park behind city hall: birth control. The birth control would be a...
HARBOR SPRINGS — City manager Tom Richards has found a way to help manage the deer population at the Harbor Springs Deer Park: to treat the deer with contraceptives — administered by dart. Richards has been working with the Humane Society...
The city of Aberdeen is in a tough position. For the second time in just a few years, officials are considering a ban on pit bulls. The spark this time was an incident in October in which a dog — believed by the city to be a pit bull —...
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