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North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame announces 2016 inductees

MEDORA -- The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame announced its 2016 inductees Saturday. This year 10 honorees will be inducted at a June ceremony. The inductees are the late Arthur Jefferies, of Dickinson, for pre-1940s rancher; Joseph Schaff, of S...

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MEDORA -- The North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame announced its 2016 inductees Saturday.

This year 10 honorees will be inducted at a June ceremony.

The inductees are the late Arthur Jefferies, of Dickinson, for pre-1940s rancher; Joseph Schaff, of St. Anthony, for modern-era rancher; Kennedy Ranch of McKenzie County in the ranch category; Brad Brettin’s #18 War Paint, a bucking horse from Beach, in the rodeo livestock category; Dale Greenwood, of Cartwright, as a leader of ranching and rodeo; Joe Berger, of Mandan, for the rodeo arena category ; Audrey Hall-Davy, of New Town, for western arts and entertainment; Kenneth Krueger, of Leonard, for pre-1940s rodeo; and both Monty Carson, of Grassy Butte, and Ed Sundby, of Minot, for modern-era rodeo.

The induction ceremony begins at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 18, at Chimney Park in Medora and is free and open to the public. The keynote speaker will be Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation president and CEO, M. David Allen of Billings, Mont.

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