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|Wednesday, June 30, 2010|
Wallowa County made a request to Gov. Ted Kulongoski and the Office of Emergency Management for a state of emergency declaration to deal with a growing wolf population in the area.
The requests were denied on the basis that funding the trapping and collaring of wolves was not within the authority of the Office of Emergency Management.
Read more at The Observer.
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