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This is a gray wolf that was chasing a dog last weekend in the Huntersville State Forest in Wadena County. (Photo courtesy Minnesota DNR)

Wolf shot near Park Rapids last weekend

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A wolf shooting in the Huntersville State Forest in Wadena County has stirred up the local population at a time when Minnesota courts were grappling with a legal challenge to the state's inaugural wolf hunting/trapping season.

Thursday the Minnesota Court of Appeals refused to stop the wolf season, so 6,000 licenses will be issued by the DNR for the firearms season starting Nov. 3.

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Sarah Smith is the outdoors editor. She covers Hubbard County, courts and breaking news.

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