December 29, 2014
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Wolf Working Group members Daryl Asmussen, center, of Tonasket, and Duane Cocking, of Newman Lake, right, listen during the public hearing Thursday.
Nov. 4, 2011 in City, Outdoors on Page A5
Washington is already home to five packs of gray wolves, and state wildlife managers are planning for more. On Thursday, the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission deliberated on a wolf …
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