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In the fishery and wildlife class at MHS, students spend a few weeks cutting, skinning and putting a dead animal on a mount. But it’s something they look forward to every year.

October 20, 2010
By Jenny Kirk

MARSHALL - In most cases, students would be suspended for bringing dead animals to school, but in Paul Lanoue's fishery and wildlife class at Marshall High School, it's a requirement.



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