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100 Years Ago

Nov. 19, 1914

Tuesday, Forest Ranger Milt Ames, A. J. and Billy Kennedy. killed three bear in a den where they had hibernated for the winter. During the fall Ranger Ames had discovered the den, which was being fixed up for the winter by the bears, about a mile east of the ranger station in the Medicine Bow national forest. He reported this to the Kennadays, and the boys have been waiting all the time waiting for them to hole up. It was discovered that they had located and closed the den for the winter some time last week, so on Tuesday the men went up there, armed with picks,...

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