Tripping Up the Bully

D. E. Larsen, DVM Broadbent school in the fall of 1952 had grown to its largest enrollment ever with nearly eighty students in eight grades.  The school board had discovered that the upper part of Catching Creek was actually in the Broadbent district rather than Myrtle Point. In 1952, they started busing those kids toContinue reading “Tripping Up the Bully”

They Look Like Their Owners

D. E. Larsen, DVM It was a lovely Saturday in the Spring of 1971. I was close to graduating from Oregon State University with a degree in Zoology. I had just been accepted to school at Colorado State University College of Veterinary Medicine. I lived in the trailer court beside Benton County Fair Grounds, andContinue reading They Look Like Their Owners