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Controlled deer hunts to be held throughout Ramsey County

Ramsey County officials say deer caused more than 250 car accidents last year. There will be eight controlled hunts at parks in Maplewood, St. Paul, Shoreview, Vadnais Heights and White Bear Township.
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Ramsey County officials say deer caused more than 250 car accidents last year. There will be eight controlled hunts at parks in Maplewood, St. Paul, Shoreview, Vadnais Heights and White Bear Township.

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