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A Look Back At The Rainmaker Rodeo
We get so many pictures sent in to us that is is hard to keep up. This series of rodeo shots were taken by Bill Kimball of the city who submitted them for the enjoyment of our readers. Thanks Bill!
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WWII Bombers Over Arizona
SaberCat1 filming in HD the B17 and the B25 WWII Bombers over and around Arizona's Superstition Mountains and Saguaro Lake.
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But when it comes to extended college careers, Anthony Brutto, 94, has them both beat by a mile.
Brutto will graduate from West Virginia University on Sunday, 76 years after he enrolled as a freshman in 1939. Although World War II, illness and fate conspired against him, he was determined to earn his degree.