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DNR Says Minnesota Wolf Population Stable

Minnesota will issue 500 more wolf licenses this year and allow hunters and trappers to kill 30 more wolves than last year.

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DNR: Minnesota Moose Population Estimated at 4,350

Wildlife managers have estimated Minnesota's moose population at 4,350. While that's higher than last winter's figure, they say there's been no significant change in the population trend.

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Rice Sportsmens Club Hosts Deer Density Petition Signing Party [AUDIO]

The Rice Sportsmens Club hosted a deer density petition signing party on Wednesday night to address deer population decline in Central Minnesota.

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State Demographer Reports Majority of Minnesotans Will Be Hitting Retirement, Affecting Economic Growth [AUDIO]

By the year 2020, more Minnesotans will be over 65 than school-age. State Demographer Tom Gillaspy called this an "unprecendented change" when he spoke to a group at the St. Cloud Area Chamber of Commerce this morning, one that will affect not only the labor force, but state spending priorities.

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St. Cloud, Tri-Counties Population Grew In Past Decade

The St. Cloud area continued to gain population over the past decade. According to the 2010 Census, the city of St. Cloud grew 11.4% to 65,842 people. St. Cloud is now the 8th largest city in the state, up from #11 in 2000.

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Census: Minnesota To Keep 8 Seats In U.S. House

Minnesota will keep all eight of its U.S. House seats based on the newest U.S. Census count. The 2010 Census reports Tuesday that Minnesota's population is up 7.4 percent over the 4.9 million Minnesotans counted 10 years ago.

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