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Wolf tale from 1968 — ahead of its time?

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In January 1968, the Beatles’ “Magical Mystery Tour” was the nation’s top-selling album, the price of a postage stamp rose from 5 to 6 cents, and a timber wolf went wild in Caroga Lake. What the Leader-Herald at the time termed a “troublesome dog” attacked a domestic dog, stole a stored turkey off a resident’s back porch and eventually was intentionally killed by a local motorist near Royal Mountain. Within six weeks of the Jan. ...


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