Wade Noland and his family have hunted from a deer stand on his land southwest of Grain Valley for decades. Now that tradition is in peril with a new ordinance that prohibits discharging firearms or arrows in parts of eastern Jackson County.
Wade Noland and his family have hunted from a deer stand on his land southwest of Grain Valley for decades. Now that tradition is in peril with a new ordinance that prohibits discharging firearms or arrows in parts of eastern Jackson County. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star
Wade Noland and his family have hunted from a deer stand on his land southwest of Grain Valley for decades. Now that tradition is in peril with a new ordinance that prohibits discharging firearms or arrows in parts of eastern Jackson County. JILL TOYOSHIBA The Kansas City Star

Hunters are up in arms over Jackson County ordinance

July 27, 2014 11:32 PM

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