Let the ‘chips’ fall where they may PDF Print E-mail
Tuesday, 20 April 2010 06:50

Liberal’s Vice Mayor Joe Denoyer, left, won the VIP Class of Beaver, Okla.’s Cowchip Throwing Contest Saturday afternoon. Denoyer won with a distance of 65 feet and 5 inches. Ryan Leonard, middle, running for Oklahoma Attorney General took second place. Jason Reese, who is running for Labor Commission, won third place honors. For the other winners, see PAGE 5. Courtesy photo/Joe Lansden

 
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