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Terrific teamwork

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Osceola County Sheriff's Deputy Tyler Bos and his K9 Partner, Hunter, participated in the United States Police Canine Association (USPCA) Region 21 K9 Detector dog trials March 13-15 in Denison, Iowa. Bos and Hunter scored 193.00 out of a possible 200 points. As a team, they and their K9 partners finished in second place and received a USPCA trophy. (Special to the Daily Globe)
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