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Let God decide on wolves

It is the state’s right to make the decision (to kill wolves), however be advised that we are all held accountable for our actions to God, and we are all responsible for being good stewards in the care of his creatures. Ranchers can use more responsible means for protecting their livestock in the use of dogs, alpacas and llamas, to name a few.

God created a world where every living creature has a place and purpose in the cycle of life. It is only man’s careless involvement that we find ourselves in the mess we are now in.

By putting others needs before our own selfish ones, we do have a chance to correct our mistakes and help make this world a life that God intended it to be.

Jeanie Smith

Nine Mile Falls


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