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WISCONSIN | Sept. 1 marks opener for mourning dove, early teal and early goose hunting seasons

MADISON, WI – Saturday, Sept. 1 marks the opener for Wisconsin’s mourning dove, early teal and early Canada goose hunting seasons. Canada Goose Canada Goose hunting begins with the early season Sept. 1-15, with a daily bag limit of five geese during this time.  This early season targets locally breeding geese with the higher daily … Continue reading WISCONSIN | Sept. 1 marks opener for mourning dove, early teal and early goose hunting seasons

Welcoming Jonas-Chopra engagement, Hindus urge Nick to be more plugged into Hinduism

Welcoming the engagement of American singer Nick Jonas with Bollywood-Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra, Hindus are urging Jonas to be more conversant with Hinduism and its concepts for the better foundation of the union. Distinguished Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, in a statement in Nevada yesterday, commended the couple for reportedly going through hours-long ancient Hindu pooja … Continue reading Welcoming Jonas-Chopra engagement, Hindus urge Nick to be more plugged into Hinduism

DETROIT | Cubs acquire 2B Murphy in trade with Nationals

DETROIT — The Chicago Cubs have bolstered their struggling lineup by acquiring second baseman Daniel Murphy in a trade with the Washington Nationals. The Cubs also announced Tuesday that right-hander Yu Darvish will miss the rest of the season after pitching just one inning in a rehab start for Class A South Bend on Sunday. … Continue reading DETROIT | Cubs acquire 2B Murphy in trade with Nationals

BEREA, Ohio | Mayfield ends impressive camp with Browns imitating GM

BEREA, Ohio— Baker Mayfield dressed as Browns general manager John Dorsey for the team’s rookie talent show. Suiting up as a starting quarterback won’t happen for a while. Following practice on Tuesday, Mayfield ended his first NFL training camp with a stunning impersonation of Dorsey, the team’s glasses-wearing, gum-chewing GM who favors wearing a Browns … Continue reading BEREA, Ohio | Mayfield ends impressive camp with Browns imitating GM

WYOMING | Boaters advised of low water levels statewide

August is a great time for boating and spending time on Wyoming waters, but be aware that in the late-summer season water levels on many reservoirs quickly fluctuate. CHEYENN, WY – August is a great time for boating and spending time on Wyoming waters. To take advantage of this opportunity, boaters should be aware that … Continue reading WYOMING | Boaters advised of low water levels statewide

WYOMING | Trout projects receive grant funding

Grants benefiting native trout watersheds awarded in five western states CHEYENNE, WYOMING – The Western Native Trout Initiative (WNTI) is awarding $232,640 in grant funding for eight projects that benefit native trout species across the western United States, including two in Wyoming.  The community-based projects are funded through the National Fish Habitat Action Plan and … Continue reading WYOMING | Trout projects receive grant funding

New Mexico News: AG Balderas Secures Guilty Pleas from Former State Senator, Phil Griego, who Embezzled Thousands of Dollars from Campaign Donors

Albuquerque, NM – Today, Attorney General Hector Balderas secured four guilty pleas from former State Senator Phil Griego, relating to his additional criminal case tied to unlawful pocketing of campaign donations.  Griego pleaded guilty to two felony counts of perjury, and two felony counts of embezzlement. “My office secured multiple convictions against former Senator Griego for crimes committed against … Continue reading New Mexico News: AG Balderas Secures Guilty Pleas from Former State Senator, Phil Griego, who Embezzled Thousands of Dollars from Campaign Donors

ATLANTA | Backlash erupts over poll-closing plan in black county

ATLANTA — A predominantly black county in rural Georgia is facing a nationwide backlash over plans to close about 75 percent of its voting locations ahead of the November election. County officials say the locations are inaccessible to those with disabilities; critics say the closures will disenfranchise black voters ahead of an election in which … Continue reading ATLANTA | Backlash erupts over poll-closing plan in black county