by Eric Peterson, FOX 11 NewsSnowy owl before its release near Shiocton, January 21, 2018 (WLUK/Eric Peterson)OUTAGAMIE COUNTY (WLUK) -- A special bird is back in the wild.A snowy owl was set free Sunday afternoon near Shiocton.The bird was one of two trapped at the Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh one month ago.At the Feather Wildlife Rehab/Education Center near New London, volunteers prepared a snowy owl for its upcoming flight.
A fourth-grade class at Rossman Elementary School in Detroit Lakes joined Vikings fans who have given to Morstead's charity since the Saints' dramatic loss to the Vikings last Sunday in the NFL playoffs.Nick Alton's class posted a video on Twitter on Friday morning, Jan. 19, with a message that his students had raised $64 for Morstead's foundation called "What You Give Will Grow. "Morsteated retweeted the 31-second video and wrote: "How can I meet this class. Just made my wife cry.
The Bison delivered.NDSU limited Fort Wayne to 30 percent shooting from the floor to help fuel a 72-56 victory against the Mastodons in Summit League women's basketball before 641 fans. "I thought as a whole we got challenged and we responded as a whole and we were able to execute and get a win," Jacobson said.Jacobson scored a team-high 19 points.
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Selecting a term
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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