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By Tim Leeds 

Work progresses at Beaver Creek Park

 


The superintendent of Hill County's major park said the fall season has started, including moving cattle onto the park, which has led to two car-cow collisions in the first week.

"Hopefully that slows down, " Superintendent Chad Edgar said during the monthly meeting of the Hill County Park Board Monday evening.

He said the cattle moving into the park — about 1,200 head are on so far, with a total of about 3,500 scheduled to move in during the grazing season — has gone well so far, aside from the crashes. He said signs have been put up on the park to remind motorists the livestock is t...



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