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Deer Hunt Area 160 Now Positive For CWD

Testing by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has found chronic wasting disease (CWD), a fatal neurological disease of deer, elk and moose, in a deer from Fremont County in deer hunt area 160. Staff at the Game and Fish’s wildlife disease laboratory in Laramie confirmed a yearling mule deer buck as CWD positive

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Mule Deer Meetings Planned

Meetings have been planned in Laramie and Cheyenne to discuss a popular mule deer herd in the area.

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Wyoming Game and Fish Investigates Deer Poaching

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking the public for information about the poaching of a mule deer buck that was illegally shot last weekend.

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Poaching Near Gillette Investigated

Wildlife officials are investigating after a trophy-size mule deer and buck antelope were illegally killed south of Gillette.

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Wyoming Game & Fish Holds Meetings on Declining Mule Deer Herds [AUDIO]

The third person accused in the embezzlement of about $135,000 from the Northern Arapaho's Social Services Department has pleaded guilty. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding its second series of public meetings to discuss strategies for managing the Platte Valley mule deer herd in upcoming years. Click past the jump to listen to Wyoming Radio News.

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