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More than $1.3M raised by Cattlemen's Ball held last month in Panhandle's Banner County

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HARRISBURG, Nebraska — Organizers say the 2014 Cattlemen's Ball of Nebraska raised more than $1.3 million last month.

The event was held June 6-7 at the Hoot Owl Ranch near the Panhandle community of Harrisburg in Banner County.

The ball has been held yearly since 1998 at a different ranch. Ninety percent of the proceeds go toward cancer research at the University of Nebraska Medical Center. The remainder goes to regional medical organizations.

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