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Tower and John D. Goss went to the track near the confluence of Catching Inlet and Coos River early this morning. They secured 68 in a few hours, mostly teal. The balance of the party went to Beale lake for hunting this evening and to spend Sunday, Mr. McKeown returning to town. Everywhere on Coos Bay and the sand hills, there were hunters this morning. The rising sun shed its rays on khaki coated sportsmen and it was a sad awakening for the feathered visitors which had flocked around the bay for the last few weeks. The constant fusillade awakened most of the residents of Marshfield and North Bend by 6 o’clock.https://theworldlink.com/news/local/this-week-in-history-september-30-october-3/article_90886258-223a-11ec-b0a6-ffb6e4b045d1.html
"You can see through it a little more, so you can see that figure more." The image is best seen when standing more to the left side of the chamber, which is bathed in natural light from a massive, circular skylight. PHOTO ILLUSTRATION BY BARRY ADAMS AND JASON KLEIN, STATE JOURNAL 6. Stinking sturgeon helps change rule for wardens The idea was to better manage game wardens and what they did with confiscated fish and game. For years, Wisconsin law required that game taken illegally be sold for the benefit of the state. But in 1932, when some lawmakers learned that a few wardens were keeping the carcasses for themselves, they enacted a provision requiring seized fish and game be sent to the state Capitol. No one thought of where or how it should be stored once it reached Madison. A sturgeon was the first entry into a non-refrigerated basement storage room and was quickly followed by a large piece of venison. The storage room was located next to an elevator shaft that went past the Supreme Court chambers. "As bacteria began to work their magic on the abandoned flesh, unintended consequences of the new regulation began to waft into powerful noses," Michael Edmonds writes in his book, "The Wisconsin Capitol: Stories of a Monument and its People." Edmonds reports that Tony Pickerts, the Capitol custodian, needed to use state-of-the-art disinfectants to rid the storage room of the smell once the sturgeon and venison were removed. Not surprisingly, the provision to send confiscated fish and game to the Capitol was revoked. 7.https://madison.com/wsj/news/local/latino-group-leader-supports-forward-madison-local-businesses-community-needs/article_a70eb96f-fc50-5229-8056-667d743ec0ea.html