Questionable Earp gun collection heads to auction

Questionable Earp gun collection heads to auction

What’s being called an unauthenticated collection of firearms — one claimed to have been used by Wyatt Earp at the OK Corral shootout — is…

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Rules to Fight Zebra Mussels Take Effect in Additional Counties Sunday

Rules to Fight Zebra Mussels Take Effect in Additional Counties Sunday

In the state’s continuing effort to combat the spread of invasive zebra mussels, 30 counties in North and Central Texas will be added effective Sunday,…

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New Rules Give Landowners Flexibility for Nuisance Alligator Control

New Rules Give Landowners Flexibility for Nuisance Alligator Control

Landowners are now able to contract directly with nuisance alligator hunters under new rules adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. The new protocol…

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Hill Country Rio Grande Turkeys Geared Up for Information Exchange

Hill Country Rio Grande Turkeys Geared Up for Information Exchange

Fifty Rio Grande wild turkeys sporting shiny and colored leg bracelets are roaming the woods this spring in Llano and Mason counties. Some have designer…

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Drone-assisted hunting banned in Alaska

Drone-assisted hunting banned in Alaska

The Alaska Board of Game has approved a measure to prohibit hunting big game with the aid of remote-controlled, camera-equipped aircraft, commonly called drones. “What happens a…

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Thief found on stolen ATV, wearing jacket with victim's name

Thief found on stolen ATV, wearing jacket with victim’s name

Here’s the dumb criminal of the week. When Alaska State Troopers stopped a man driving an ATV illegally around 2 a.m. last week, they determined the Yamaha,…

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'Live2Die' owner pleads guilty to multi-state poaching

‘Live2Die’ owner pleads guilty to multi-state poaching

Colorado Parks and Wildlife reports a trio of California men have pleaded guilty to numerous wildlife violations in Colorado and New Mexico from 2011 through 2013….

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Town buys trademark rights to 'Okie Noodling'

Town buys trademark rights to ‘Okie Noodling’

Pauls Valley, Okla., home to the iconic Okie Noodling Championship for the past 15 years, has purchased the event’s copyrights from Bradley Beasley, the filmmaker…

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Elk pee cocktail used in labor dispute sabotage

Elk pee cocktail used in labor dispute sabotage

A security camera outside the home of a United Grain Corp. executive’s home in Portland, Ore. captured footage last week of a hooded man pouring…

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California bans sale of d-Con, other rodenticides

California bans sale of d-Con, other rodenticides

Under continuing pressure from environmental groups (and probably the pest control lobby), the California Department of Pesticide Regulation this week banned the sale of d-Con…

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