STEVENSVILLE – If you believe in this sort of thing, our local rodent prognosticator believes we’re in for six more weeks of winter.
An end to winter's bitter cold will come soon, according to Pennsylvania's famous groundhog.
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At the second annual Groundhog Day event in Roundup, Montana Murray emerged from his log hut, assisted by Cory Freeman, and whispered in the ear of Roundup Mayor Bill Edwards. The groundhog's prediction, according to the mayor's translation, was for an early spring. Montana Murray lives at A…
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You’ve heard of Punxsutawney Phil, the Pennsylvania groundhog who every February is rousted out of a deep sleep and famously paraded in front of television cameras and minor celebrities in order to tell us what we already know, that winter will continue.
Punxsutawney Phil predicted an early spring for Groundhog Day, but not Roundup's own Montana Murray.
Groundhog Montana Murray prepares for his debut at the First Annual Groundhog Day celebration on Feb. 2 in Roundup. Murray currently resides at the Animal Ed.venture Sanctuary outside of Roundup.
At not even a year old, Murray the groundhog already has a great burden on his shoulders.
Cory freeman and her daughter Sophia show "Murray" the ground hog to visitors at the Animal Edventure Sanctary near Roundup. Monday, January 31, 2011. Murry will check for his shadow on Ground Hog Day in Roundup Wednesday.
"Murray" the ground hog is ready for Ground Hog Day in Roundup on Wednesday. Animal Edventure Sanctary near Roundup. Monday, January 31, 2011.