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(Studio: John Roberts) Report introduced.
(Nephi, Utah: Steve Hartman) The story of four-year-old Kassie Cattoor, who helps her parents run the Cattoor Livestock Roundup, which works with the federal government to manage America's wild horse population, presented; scenes shown of workers rounding up horses. [Kassie, parents Sandy & Troy CATTOOR – talk about their life and work in rural Utah and about Kassie’s pre-school, her first experience away from her parents.]
(Note: Story originally aired December 5, 2002.)
- Roberts, John;
- Hartman, Steve;
- aired, Story originally
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