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Quadriplegic hunter bags 200 pound bear

October 8, 2010
Daily Press
Bob Miller, left, sits in his wheelchair admiring a bear he shot Sept. 10 with the help of guide Tom Wellman of Wheelin’ Sportsmen. Miller, a quadriplegic as the result of an accident, has previously shot a turkey and a deer in the program. The 200-pound bruin, shot in the south Ford River area, was the first taken in the program that gets people with disabilities into a specially designed hunting shack to provide outdoor opportunities. For details, contact Ken Buchholtz (906-553-2268). (Courtesy photo)


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