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Dave Rosenbaum comments on Bear Board

Comments re article 75737 Kathryn Krug How did the bear get through the fence

Dave Rosenbaum writes:
The silence of the Bear Board is deafening! - Dave Rosenbaum
Thanks, Dave, I think - The Bear Board is reacting calmly and rationally, as always. We have no intention of inciting bear hysteria in Adair County. I myself am/are awaiting instructions from Johnny Vaughan and/or Garry Coomer. I'm sure we'll be out in force with this outbreak of bear activity. (We have as yet heard no word of martial law being declared by Judge Stephens; the last time martial law was declared was when dynamite was used for firecrackers on Halloween or the 4th of July. That was a few years back, when Bruce Montgomery was County Judge. Heard that story many times from Grover Gilpin.) - EW



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