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Coyotes pushing into city


Coyote sightings have become more frequent in some areas of town as the temperatures have dropped. City public health officials have recently attempted to trap them to no avail.

Coyote sightings have become more frequent in some areas of town as the temperatures have dropped. City public health officials have recently attempted to trap them to no avail.

Phil Banker, [email protected]

Local resident Dr. Bill Davis lost his dog on New Year’s night to a coyote.

He said he and his wife arrived back at their home near Bowie Elementary late after dinner with friends. His child hadn’t slept for the babysitter, so he laid down with him while his wife went to walk their two dogs.

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