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Groundhog emerges from males' shadows

Four-year-old Ms. G has overseen Groundhog Day festivities for the Massachusetts Audubon Society's Drumlin Farm. More than 220 people have signed a petition supporting a state appointment for her. (Yoon S. Byun/Globe Staff ) Four-year-old Ms. G has overseen Groundhog Day festivities for the Massachusetts Audubon Society's Drumlin Farm. More than 220 people have signed a petition supporting a state appointment for her.
January 31, 2008

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For years, the world of early spring harbingers has been an old boys' network dominated by Punxsutawney Phils and Buckeye Chucks. Massachusetts legislators want that to change. (Full article: 243 words)

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