Bovine sign in Temple comes down after 30 years

Full story: El Paso Times
Temple's beloved bull has moved up the trail. Standing proud atop a billboard that overlooks Interstate 35 in Central Temple, this red and white fiberglass Hereford guarded the city like a sphinx for more than ... Read more


#1 Oct 29, 2008
Since Coppin is playing ranch hand I suppose the fish aren't biting.
Sort of shame to see both bulls go. Those were historic landmarks in that neighborhood. Glad to know that Clem did a little restoring and will put it back up. Will be a unique attention getter.

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