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Sheriff's Office needs info on cattle
02/28/2021

(KLZA)--The Richardson County Sheriff's Office is seeking updated information from livestock owners in the County.

A letter was sent from the Sheriff's Office requesting updated info for the department's livestock listings.

If you have cattle or livestock and did not get a letter to update your information, please give the Richardson County Sheriff's Office a call, at 402-245-2479 and a form will be mailed to you.

The Sheriff's Office asks that the forms be returned as soon as possible.

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