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Bottoms, byway worthy of support

Last week, two guys from Norway dropped into an area business. They said they had traveled all the way to Barton County specifically to hunt at Cheyenne Bottoms.
Before the start of the Barton County Commission meeting Monday morning, two more guys from Memphis walked into the commission’s chambers. They were looking for information on hunting licenses and regulations, and maps of walk-in hunting areas.
In the span of a few days, two incidents shined light on the importance of what many of us here take for granted – the bottoms and the Wetlands and Wildlife National Scenic Byway.
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