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Conservation Officers Get Awards For Belle Isle RescueFour conservation officers with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources have been given awards for rescuing two lost visitors at Belle Isle Park in the Detroit River.
Judge Denies Group's Motion To Temporarily Stop Deer Cull A federal judge has ruled against an Ann Arbor citizens' group seeking to temporarily stop the city's plans to kill up to 100 deer in parks over the next two months.
Opponents Sue To Try To Stop Ann Arbor Deer Hunt In Parks The Ann Arbor City Council has temporarily lifted an ordinance that restricts firearms in parks.
DNR Officer Finds Missing Woman Near CampgroundA conservation officer searching for 46-year-old Elaine Goheen found her Friday about 50 yards off a trail in the Trout Lake State Forest Campground.
Report: Adult Moose Struck, Killed By SUV In Michigan's UPThe moose died from the encounter that was noted by officers in a Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
Upper Peninsula Mine Wants State Lease For More ExplorationEagle Mine's request to the Department of Natural Resources targets a parcel about 2 miles west of the existing mine in Marquette County.
4 People Charged In Michigan Bear Parts ProbeFour people have been charged in an investigation of the illegal sale of bear parts.
Wildfire In Upper Peninsula's Marquette County Under ControlAn 80-acre wildfire in the Upper Peninsula is under control.
Michigan Hunters Can Apply For Antlerless Deer PermitsHunters can seek one license in any open deer management unit statewide.
Rash Of Fires In Upper Peninsula Linked To Burning Debris, Careless FiresMost of these fires are caused by people having campfires or those burning debris who leave the fires unattended.
Family Upset After DNR Officer Fatally Shoots Pet PigLast week, the family posted on Facebook that the pig was missing and followed his tracks to a puddle of blood.
Be A Prince! Michigan Officials Seek Frog, Toad Survey VolunteersObservers visit the sites three times each spring, when frogs and toads breed.

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