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9-year-old attacked by cougar returns to the woods with wildlife research staff

STEVENS COUNTY, Wash. – 9-year-old Lily Kryzhanivskyy, who was attacked by a cougar in late May, returned to the woods fo an "awesome form of therapy and education." A post by the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office (SCSO) on Facebook says wildlife program manager Bart George for the Kalispel Tribe of Indians runs a research program that looks to keep cougars from being habituated to humans and livestock.
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Washington hunts, kills two members of Togo wolf pack

(The Center Square) – Northeastern Washington officials reacted to the news that state officials had followed through with lethal removal of two wolves from the Togo Pack by giving rare praise. “They cowboyed up and did what they said they would do,” said Jeff Flood, wildlife conflict specialist for...
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Stevens County scales back remote access to public meetings

(The Center Square) – The Stevens County Commissioners are scaling back remote access to public meetings on July 1. This is a move that Commissioners Wes McCart and Mark Burrows support but Greg Young doesn’t see as necessary. “It’s not something that I have a problem with; if...
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