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Out on the range with the cattle wranglers

The sun was still hiding under the covers last Saturday when Lori Potter and I headed out to Scott and Kim Fords’ Cross Diamond Cattle Co. near Bertrand for a branding. By the time we arrived at 6:30, the sun had opened its eyes. We drove in to a huddle of cowboys clutching coffee mugs, and saddled horses, and trailers hitched to pick-ups ready to head out.
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Dr. Grotelueschen honored by NRRA at annual meeting

Lexington, Neb. — Dr. Dale Grotelueschen of Harvard, Nebraska on Tuesday received the Nebraska Rural Radio Association’s 34th annual Service to Agriculture Award. Dr. Grotelueschen earned his doctor of veterinary medicine from the University of Missouri in 1974, followed by his master of science in clinical science from Colorado State University in 1992, and most recently was director of the UNL Great Plains Veterinary Educational Center in Clay Center, Nebraska. He expressed his appreciation for the recognition.
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