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National Stalking Month brings awareness

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Editor’s note: This is the first in a two-part column on stalking. The second portion will run in the Jan. 21 edition.

When I was growing up, “stalking” was something hunters did, to locate and land their prey. In today’s world, the term “stalker” has a very clear and very unpleasant social definition, one known to practically anyone, from elementary school students to grandparents.

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