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    By less than five points on the Boone and Crockett Club scoring system, a bighorn sheep taken in Nebraska in December has been declared an official state record animal.

      While other children hunted for Easter eggs last Sunday, 13-year-old Carah Tisdall was hunting for a mountain lion. Carah had been out hunting with her parents and family friends in Custer State Park for over a week, and she was still looking for her first-ever shot.

        Alisha Dryden, of Oelrichs, took this nice buck — her first deer — west of Hot Springs during the opening weekend of prairie deer season recently. She is the daughter-in-law of Richard Dryden, Black Hills Federal Credit Union MSC manager.

        The Spearfish Sasquatch collected 13 hits in a 9-2 win over the Fremont Moo on Tuesday at Moeller Field in Fremont, Nebraska to claim their seventh victory over their last nine games.

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        Now that Deshaun Watson’s disciplinary hearing has concluded, the best solution for the NFL and the quarterback's legal team is to reach a settlement before retired judge Sue Robinson issues a decision. Watson was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 women and has settled 20 of the civil lawsuits. A settlement with the NFL would avoid an appeal that undermines the collectively bargained process with a disciplinary officer and prevents a potential court case. The longer the process drags, the messier it can get. And, it’s already ugly.

        Deshaun Watson’s disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday with the NFL adamant about an indefinite suspension of at least one year and the quarterback’s legal team arguing there’s no basis for that punishment, two people with knowledge of the case told The Associated Press. Both sides presented their arguments over three days before former U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson in Delaware, according to both people who spoke on condition of anonymity because the hearing isn’t public. Watson was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 women and settled 20 of the civil lawsuits.

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