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By Jana Mathia
Gazette Editor 

In search of a name for butcher shop bull mascot


A nameless bull will hopefully be nameless no more.

GARFIELD – A bull stands sentinel over SR 27 in Garfield. Although he is almost 100 years old, he has not been given his own name – until now.

Garfield Meats is accepting submissions of a name for their fiberglass bull mascot which was recently returned to his post after being repaired and given a fresh coat of paint.

"I think it'll be really fun," said Garfield Meats co-owner Windy Tevlin.

Windy and husband Tom first saw the bull about 10 years ago tied at a hitching post outside the Palouse home of "Bull" Kites.

"It took me approximately 15 years of visiting Bull to get him to sell...

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