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Deer season and firearms


SNOW.((TONIGHT))WE DROP TO THE MID 20S TONIGHT AS THE WIND SLOWLY MOVES TO THE EAST. ((TOMORROW))WE DEVELOP A SOUTH WIND AND BEGIN TO REACH FURTHER FOR OUR HIGH TEMPS ((7-DAY))BY SATURDAY WE HAVE TEMPS REACHING THE UPPER 50S. THIS IS A GREAT FORECAST FOR PLAYOFF FOOTBALL FRIDAY NIGHT AND SATURDAY AFTERNOON. SUNDAY TAKES US BACK TO AN EARLY WINTER STYLE WITH COLD RAINFALL SETTLING IN SUNDAY NIGHT BEFORE SWITCHING OVER TO SNOW EARLY MONDAY MORNING. THE COLD FRONT DRIVING THIS WILL DROP OUR TEMPS DOWN FOR SUNDAY AND MONDAY BUT WE ARE BACK IN THE 5OS ON TUESDAY. MY GUEST IS KEVIN BADGLEY OF THE MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION. AND WE’RE TALKING ABOUT DEER SEASON — WITH FIREARMS. DEER – FIREARMS, NOVEMBER PORTION: Hours: One-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.Notes: An antler-point restriction applies in some counties.If you harvest a deer from certain counties in the CWD Management Zone during the opening weekend, November 10-11, you must take your deer to a designated CWD sampling station.TREE PRUNING WORKSHOP, NOVEMBER 17TH, 9:00 âà 11:00 A.M., CUNNINGHAM PARK, JOPLIN. MEET AT THE SHELTER NEAR THE MAIN PARKING LOT. REGISTRATION NOT REQUIRED BUT REQUESTED; CALL 417-629-3423 OR EMAIL [email protected] OR EMAIL [email protected] DC.MO.GOV TO REGISTER (ALL AGES) PROPERLY GUIDING A YOUNG BIOLOGY, WHY TO PRUNE TREES, AND PROPER PRUNING TECHNIQUES. OLDER TREES OFTEN ONLY NEED

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