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Regional Headlines: 'Reggie' the Bull; Verdict in Griego Rape Trail; Marathon Runner; Blood Moon

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Here are some stories making headlines around the region:

Auctioned Bull Raises Money for Fellow Breeder - Thousands of dollars were raised in a matter of seconds for a wounded rancher at the 5-L Red Angus Bull Auction in Sheridan Friday. A total of 300 bulls were sold in a matter of four hours, but one bull in particular was special. His name is Reggie. http://bit.ly/1jza5xp

Stabbing in Great Falls Injures 1, 1 in Custody - A stabbing taking place in Great Falls late Friday night left one injured, and one in custody. It was shortly before 11pm that police received reports of a stabbing at a residence on Upper River Road in Great Falls. http://bit.ly/1ijJ811

BREAKING: Verdict in for Griego Trial - The jury has found Toby Griego Guilty of all 27 counts. http://bit.ly/1m4stz5

Wounded Soldier Plans to Run Boston Marathon With Prosthetic Leg - A soldier from Puyallup who was wounded in Afghanistan is getting ready to run the Boston Marathon. http://bit.ly/1jG0Zie

'Blood Moon' Will Be A Sight To Behold During Total Lunar Eclipse - It's called a blood moon, and this one is just the first in a series of four consecutive total eclipses.Within a year and a half, North America will be able to see a blood moon a total of four times. The moon takes on this color during the eclipse as it passes through the Earth's shadow, which is the color of a desert sunset. http://bit.ly/1kqO1WL


 

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