Marty Tipton, a trick-roper and professional cowboy who goes by the stage name “Oklahoma Kid,” performed several times in the Polsky Theater of the Carlsen Center last Saturday as part of the Cowboy Jubilee at Johnson County Community College. Story, Page 8.
Marty Tipton, a trick-roper and professional cowboy who goes by the stage name “Oklahoma Kid,” performed several times in the Polsky Theater of the Carlsen Center last Saturday as part of the Cowboy Jubilee at Johnson County Community College. Story, Page 8. Susan McSpadden Courtesy of JCCC
Marty Tipton, a trick-roper and professional cowboy who goes by the stage name “Oklahoma Kid,” performed several times in the Polsky Theater of the Carlsen Center last Saturday as part of the Cowboy Jubilee at Johnson County Community College. Story, Page 8. Susan McSpadden Courtesy of JCCC

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