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World Record Muley Divides Family for Decades by Scott Bestul
For those who think antler envy is a recent phenomenon, the Broder family may beg to differ. They’ve been dealing with it -- over a single, magnificent mule deer -- for decades. According to this recent story in the Calgary, Alberta Herald, the Broder’s fight centered on the reigning world record nontypical muley, a buck shot by Ed Broder way back in 1926. The chocolate-horned buck carried a whopping 355” of antler, and has reigned—without
serious challenge—atop the B&C books for 85 years.
Grizzly's death divides B.C. community
'Homer' the bear well-known among residents in southern Interior area
The death of grizzly bear in Bralorne, B.C., has divided the community after the massive animal was killed by conservation officers at the end of April. "Homer" the grizzly was well-known to locals, says Debra Demare, the regional district director for Squamish-Lillooet.
Minnesota Town Prepares for the World's Longest ATV Parade
In June, 2009 the All-Terrain Vehicle Association of Minnesota in Silver Bay, Minnesota set the record for the largest parade of quadbikes (ATVs). That record was demolished a few months later by the Rocky Mountain ATV Jamboree in Richfield, Utah with a total of 1,870 machines.This summer, Silver Bay is determined to bring the Guinness Book of World Records title back to the North Star State. Organizers plan to have more than 2,000 ATVs participating in the next parade on June 23.