By WES JOHNSON, Springfield News-Leader
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — From her spot inside her family’s 106-year-old barn, Dawn Wagner watched a young spike buck approach an apple tree 13 yards away. Heart racing, she took careful aim and did what ancient hunters did 20,000 years ago to put meat on the fire. Wagner used an atlatl to launch a long dart into the deer’s side, hitting the creature solidly with the steel-tipped point.
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