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Las Vegas Keeps The Rodeo

After more than a month of courting ritual and negotiations, the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association has decided to leave Osceola County at the altar and stay in Las Vegas. The Florida county had promised more prize money and a new stadium but apparently that was not enough to entice the cowboys to leave the Strip. The group has signed up for another 10 years. We look at how the final deal was cut.

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John Katsilometes, reporter, Las Vegas Sun

Monday, January 27, 2014

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There have been 16 Osceola re-enactors at FSU since 1977. Kyle Doney, left, is deputy director of the Native Learning Center in Hollywood, FL, and on FSU's Alumni Board. Usually, Osceola alone throws the flaming spear into mid-field, but Doney, a 2007 FSU grad and tribal member, has assisted four times in the pre-game "Tradition of Tribute."
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