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Aug 062014
 
Photo by Linda Kor It took a citywide effort last Wednesday to round up a cow that escaped from a livestock trailer attached to a truck parked at Wells Fargo in Holbrook. The elusive bovine managed to evade capture for hours until a combined effort by Holbrook police officers, city administrators, animal control, city employees, a Sheriff Auxiliary Volunteer and even a reporter from The Tribune-News combined forces to finally corral the animal in an arena at the Navajo County Fairgrounds. As part of that effort, Assistant City Manager Randy Sullivan (left) and Officer Stratton Hatch (right) attempt to direct the cow north of the fairgrounds. After the animal’s capture, Sullivan provided all who participated with “high fives” for the successful team effort.

Photo by Linda Kor
It took a citywide effort last Wednesday to round up a cow that escaped from a livestock trailer attached to a truck parked at Wells Fargo in Holbrook. The elusive bovine managed to evade capture for hours until a combined effort by Holbrook police officers, city administrators, animal control, city employees, a Sheriff Auxiliary Volunteer and even a reporter from The Tribune-News combined forces to finally corral the animal in an arena at the Navajo County Fairgrounds. As part of that effort, Assistant City Manager Randy Sullivan (left) and Officer Stratton Hatch (right) attempt to direct the cow north of the fairgrounds. After the animal’s capture, Sullivan provided all who participated with “high fives” for the successful team effort.

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