BISMARCK, N.D. — Bill Dethloff wonders why a landowner can shoot a predator that is killing his livestock, but not a deer that is stealing and damaging his feed supplies. He says deer have cost him thousands of dollars over the years.
FARGO, N.D. — A deer-shooting case involving Dawson, N.D., rancher Harlan Kleppe that initially was scheduled for an Aug. 18 jury trial has been canceled for the moment. The case now has been appealed directly to the North Dakota Supreme Court and will be heard on a date not yet scheduled, Kleppe’s lawyer says.
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