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Moose enjoys relaxing morning in Halfmoon yard

Why did the moose cross the road? To get to the other side. The juvenile moose, with sheriff’s deputies on hand if needed, crosses Staniak Road in Halfmoon on his way from Fairways to Staniak Hollow around 11 a.m. Friday. (Sandy McBride photo)
Why did the moose cross the road? To get to the other side. The juvenile moose, with sheriff’s deputies on hand if needed, crosses Staniak Road in Halfmoon on his way from Fairways to Staniak Hollow around 11 a.m. Friday. (Sandy McBride photo)
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A moose, perhaps tired from traveling, enjoyed a leisurely morning Friday in the Fairways Meadows neighborhood of town. A lot of people had a lot of fun watching it, too. Rich Jones, of Bent Grass Drive, said he and his wife, Thea, watched the animal cross their yard from Johnson Road. The male moose then crossed Bent Grass Drive and Staniak Road before turning around and making itself comfortable in a yard between those two ...


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