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Local livestock judging team to compete at national competition


A local livestock judging team will compete at a national competition in January.

The team of Tyler Shaw of Kimball, Rowdy Keller and Clay Keller, formerly of Kimball, and Payton Flower of Scottsbluff, won district by a landslide and took second place in the Nebraska 4-H competition held in July. Additionally, they won different species contests and they placed sixth, ninth, 10th and 15th individually at the competition.

The win qualified the team for the Ak-Sar-Ben contest last weekend and the team performed well, according to Tessa Shaw, a 2013 KHS graduate who coaches the team.

“We had...

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