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ANS Awareness Week aims raise the public’s understanding of how to stop stop the introduction and spread of aquatic nuisance species in the state’s waterways.
“Policies or actions that reduce or limit sportsmen activities necessarily implicate wildlife conservation programs by affecting state agencies’ revenue,” the senators wrote in a letter to the federal agency.
Legislative expense reports show Sen. Ray Holmberg of Grand Forks spent more than $125,000 on travel over the last decade, far exceeding the average for lawmakers.

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For me, the walleye has a mystique I find difficult to explain. The appearance is definitely part of it. Walleyes are beautiful fish, and their color varies depending on where you catch them.
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They call it the Minnesota “fishing opener,” but everyone knows the day is really about the walleye.
ACLU North Dakota, ERA Now, North Dakota WIN Fund, North Dakota Women’s Network, Planned Parenthood North Central States, Prairie Action ND and the Red River Women’s Clinic, North Dakota’s only abortion provider, are supporting the May 14 rallies, according to a statement form organizers.
Council leaders, who were meeting in committee session, voted 4-2 to approve early funding plans, which chart out the financial future of a north-end chunk of Falconer Township.
The department decided to postpone stocking the Turtle River at Turtle River State Park because of high water conditions.
Devils Lake was at 1,447.2 feet above sea level before spring runoff, and the predictions call for the lake to rise to 1,451.7 feet.

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Paddlefish snaggers with an unused tag can continue snagging during the snag-and-release season but must release all fish immediately.
Do you have a hunting or fishing photo you’d like to share with Herald readers? Email it to Brad Dokken at bdokken@gfherald.com.
On April 23, 2006, Sally Jacobson, then 61, underwent a liver transplant operation. The liver she received came from an 82-year-old donor. Now 99 years old, the transplanted liver is still going strong.

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