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Richard “Skittles” Larson reached the buoy monument at Young’s Bay on Minnesota’s Northwest Angle about 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 2, ending a hiking trip that began in the wee hours of Tuesday, Nov. 23, 2021.
North Dakota opens up Oct. 10 with Minnesota and South Dakota seasons beginning Oct. 15
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“He should get (a chain) for sure,’’ Darrisaw quipped. “He looked good in it.”
Lack of residual cover likely hampered initial pheasant nesting success in May and early June. But as moisture and habitat conditions improved, birds responded.

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Asked about what he expects heading into this season, Leipold refused to get too far ahead of himself. He doesn’t know if the Wild will top their franchise-record 113 points from last season.
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New coach Matt Daniels stresses camaraderie among players on units
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The Loons’ kit men are responsible for setting up the team’s oval-shaped locker room at Allianz Field, with everything players need to perform — from emergency headgear down to their socked toes.
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The two Minnesotans — Varland from Maplewood, Wallner from Forest Lake — gave hometown fans plenty to cheer about this season, both in St. Paul and Minneapolis. Both started the year with Double-A Wichita before earning a pair of promotions and debuting in September.
The mallard was tagged Wednesday, Aug. 10, at the Grand Forks Wastewater Treatment Plant northeast of the airport.

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The Waterfowl Hunting Modernization Project would implement a seven-day “foreign resident” waterfowl license, available either through a lottery or through a licensed Manitoba waterfowl outfitter.
Jebb Willis is diving into the history of Wadena High School sports and beyond and sharing his finding through a new column titled "The Time Machine." Watch for regular installments throughout the sports seasons.
The team included several top five finishes.

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