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  • Vol. 16, No. 10

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  • The Women's Issue

    With this year’s Women’s Issue, we went in search of Central Oregon females who are breaking away from the societal conventions that somehow still exist in 2011. We found a premiere female motorcycle racer, a great-grandmother who has decided to chase down her musical dreams and a group of women making some of the best beer in the region, just to name a few. We’re proud of the ladies in our region, and after you take a look this section, you will be, too.

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  • Trapping Opponents Petition for Tighter Rules

    Responding in part to concerns raised by Central Oregon dog owner, a coalition of environmental and animal rights groups have called on the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife to tighten trapping rules, requiring that all trappers be required to check their traps every 24 hours. Currently Oregon trappers are required to check traps set for fur bearing animals every two days, or in the case of black bear traps, not at all.

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