GF&P Commission decides conservative better for elk
OACOMA -- Her time chairing the state Game, Fish and Parks Commission ended three months ago, but Susie Knippling showed Thursday she hasn't lost her sway.
Knippling, from Gann Valley, testified at the public hearing on Black Hills elk seasons. She called for the commission to play it safer on licenses than the state Wildlife Division recommended.
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