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Tracking wounded deer with dogs and squirrel season now year-round

AUSTIN — Texas Parks & Wildlife has announced new changes in hunting laws which specifically affects Deep East Texas. The state agency says tracking wounded deer with dogs is now permissible, and also squirrel season is now year-round. The changes were adopted by the Texas Parks & Wildlife Commission during their public meeting on March 25.

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TOP: Members of the Kountze High School tennis team who finished among the top four at the District 22-3A tournament were (left to right) Seth Kees, third in mixed doubles; Abbie House and Maria Briones, third in girls doubles; Lalanya Havaard and Leigh Eppes, second in girls doubles; Landon Graham and Parker Martinka, second in boys doubles, Kyley Israel and Alex Smith, fourth in mixed doubles. Not pictured is Matti Overstreet, third in mixed doubles. BOTTOM: KHS tennis team members who finished among the top four (left to right) Landon Fullen, second in boys singles; Ayden Welch, third in boys singles; Jacy Lognion, fourth in girls singles; Victor Avila and Logan Duke, third in boys doubles. The qualifiers head to the 3A Region 3 tournament later this month.


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