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Spewing sports statistics from the past is about as captivating as watching reruns of "Wagon Train" on cable television. I should know since I tune in late at night. That old black-and-white cowboy show helps me get to sleep when I'm stewing about some silly thing that never seems as important by morning.
'For the bison and for our people': CSKT marks one year since regaining control, management of the Bison Range
ST. IGNATIUS — Standing at the tallest point on the Bison Range, Willie Stevens squinted through a pair of binoculars at a wildlife world on the move. The sun shone bright and blue sky replaced a freezing January morning fog on the valley floor as Stevens, a full-time Range maintenance foreman, looked down toward his hometown of St. Ignatius. The white-capped Mission Mountains towered in the background.