The Kentucky Fish & Wildlife Department required to offer its programs in all 120 counties

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  1. Rick in NKY

    Rick in NKY Fawn

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    Was reading an article online from a news source in NKY and came across this passage. Can anyone clarify what this will actually mean? Typically as it states the 3 counties in NKY don't seem to garner a lot of attention in this realm. As a transplant to Kenton county from Ohio any information would be helpful. Thanks in advance and happy hunting.
     
  2. jfiscus

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    Can you link the story. Can't figure out what it is talking about without some context.
     
  3. Rick in NKY

    Rick in NKY Fawn

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  4. jfiscus

    jfiscus 6 pointer

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    I read the article, and it really couldn't be more vague... no idea.
     
  5. EdLongshanks

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    Bizarrely written article to say the least.
     
  6. riverview

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    Looks like political chest thumping but I would be curious if there was some legislation passed regarding KDFWR.
     
  7. EdLongshanks

    EdLongshanks 12 pointer

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    I will say that as an Edgewood resident, I’m somewhat disappointed that mayor Link is not more competitive in the dounut stacking competition. Mayor link is a phenomenal guy....just needs to learn how to stack fried dough for Gods sake
     

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