A 1,300-pound brahma bull here for the rodeo section of the Douglas County Fair broke loose and caused considerable concern for quite a while during the morning hours. The animal was finally roped by cowboys after a rodeo clown had helped divert the bull away from crowded areas at the fairgrounds. There were no injuries.
Old Home Town - 40 years ago
August 19, 2006
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