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Chippewa County first to offer bounty on coyotes since 1965

Residents can get $10 per coyote they bring into the Sheriff's Office. Commissioners say they expect neighboring counties to follow suit.
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Residents can get $10 per coyote they bring into the Sheriff's Office. Commissioners say they expect neighboring counties to follow suit.

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