Hunter safety courses to be offered


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Miller Grove ISD students may soon be able to enroll in hunter safety courses after it gained school board approval at the Monday night meeting. “It requires the board’s approval because we need to change our policies to allow firearms when they do the class,” superintendent Steve Johnson said. “They have firearms but no ammunition.” According to Johnson, 31 students are interested in taking…

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