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Gene Huppert is pictured with the second wolf killed in the Big River area this month. He reported while deer hunting the male brown brush wolf was flushed out during a drive, was fast and evasive and after hit, rolled down a small hill snarling all the way down. Well over 200 sheep have been lost by farmers in the area and the wolves are blamed for the killings. Earlier this month a female brush wolf was caught in a trap on the Karl Kodosky farm. (1973 Ellsworth Herald file photo)

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10 YEARS AGO, NOV. 27, 2003

Dick’s Market at 1121 South Main Street had a two-page advertising spread in the River Falls Journal with turkeys on special for 89 cents/lb., navel oranges $1.99/5 lbs. bag; apple cider 99 cents/64 oz., russet potatoes $1.19/10 lb. bag; and 24-pack of Budweiser for $12.99.

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