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Source Weekly Update Podcast 10/31/19 

Cattle mutilations, an 82-year-old half marathoner and a LUBA kerfuffle for the Deschutes County Commission

Mysterious cattle mutilations, an 82-year-old half-marathoner and a slap on the wrist from the state to the Deschutes County Commission in this week's podcast.

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