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Beekeepers hoping for change that will legalize their hives

Lacking a loud dog and without any trace of feral felines, that last thing Roy Mathews ever expected at his door one morning was a visit from Eureka City animal control. But just after 10 a.m. on a blue-skied June day, an…

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