You may have heard about Josh Bowmar, who thrust his homemade spear into a bear on a hunt in Alberta, Canada, back in May. The bear was no Winnie-the-Pooh, at seven feet long and 392 pounds field dressed. The kill was quick and clean, yet people are attacking Bowmar. The good news is that Bowmar pulled off his spear hunt safely and successfully, delivering an ethical kill. The bad news is his wife lost her job. Whats the connection? The sports apparel company Under Armour signed Sarah Bowmar earlier this year to promote womens hunting apparel. They suddenly cancelled her contract because of Joshs unusual but legal hunt. Heres the statement from the company: The method used to harvest this animal was reckless and we do not condone it.
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She previously worked as a teacher’s assistant at Pioneer over the 2014-15 school year. In her free time, Renae enjoys spending time with her family, as well as bicycle riding and being outdoors. Ellen Hunter Ellen Hunter is a new third-grade teacher at Pioneer Elementary School in Fort Morgan. She is from Greeley, which is where she attended college. Hunter received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the University of Northern Colorado in May 2016. She minored in special education. She is an alumnus of the Sigma Kappa sorority. Courtney Larson Courtney Larson is a new fifth-grade teacher at Pioneer Elementary School in Fort Morgan. She was born in Denver and previously lived in Erie.
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