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  • Arroyo Grande residents share memories of popular fox

    A fox that was popular among Arroyo Grande residents was recently euthanized after complaints it had killed someone’s chickens. Here are some of the courtesy images and videos of the fox sent in by readers.

A fox that was popular among Arroyo Grande residents was recently euthanized after complaints it had killed someone’s chickens. Here are some of the courtesy images and videos of the fox sent in by readers. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune
A fox that was popular among Arroyo Grande residents was recently euthanized after complaints it had killed someone’s chickens. Here are some of the courtesy images and videos of the fox sent in by readers. Kaytlyn Leslie The Tribune

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