Late season set to open Saturday, Nov. 24
Early wolf hunt closed in northeast
Marshall Helmberger
The Department of Natural Resources has closed the early season wolf hunt in northeastern Minnesota after hunters reached their harvest quota of 58 animals on Thursday. The closure comes as a bit … More »
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hard rock miner

Disgusting. I hope those supposed "hunters" are proud of themselves. From endangered to killing over 10% of the estimated population makes no sense. For the few farmers that choose to raise cattle in the northwoods, get better fences, a dog trained to protect cattle from wolves, or better yet- a couple of donkeys. I heard wolves are scared to death of donnkey. Speaking of donkeys-the legislature that approved this slaughter-we will remember! For those who like to kill things for fun that they do not eat-go see a shrink. For those that "hate" wolves, move.

Saturday, November 17, 2012 | Report this

Well, who wants to take the first swing at this hanging curve?

Monday, November 19, 2012 | Report this