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

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July 27, 2014 11:32 PM

Hunters are up in arms over Jackson County ordinance

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