Wednesday, February 19, 2014
The first section of this year’s two Grangeville-area hunter education courses certified about 30 new hunters; Kevin Asker (front row, third from right) headed up the local class, and has another one set to run March 3-15; that section is full. Volunteers included veteran hunters from Grangeville and Cottonwood; officers with Idaho Fish and Game pitched in, and “on shoot day we also had officers from the Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management helping out,” Grangeville district conservation officer George Fischer said.
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