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North Dakota: Cowboy Hall of Fame nominees selected for 2011 ballot

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”



He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.



Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.

Members of the North Dakota Cowboy Hall of Fame (NDCHF) Center of Western Heritage and Cultures: Native American, Ranching and Rodeo selected 12 individuals and 2 events for their 2011 ballot. The nominees were selected from more than 60 submitted for consideration. Seven of the fourteen will be selected by the group’s Trustees for induction into the NDCHF Hall of Honorees in June.

NDCHF Executive Director Darrell Dorgan said, “Ballots will be sent in April to the more than 200 Hall of Fame Trustees, and the seven 2011 inductees will be selected from six categories, including Pre-1940 Ranching, Modern-era Ranching, Pre-1940 Rodeo, Modern-era Rodeo, Cowboy Long Rider and Special Achievement divisions.”

Dorgan said, “The names of the inductees selected for the Hall of Honorees in 2011 will be announced Memorial Day weekend, and the new inductees will join the more than 130 others who have been inducted since 1998.”

He also said it’s notable that two of the six rodeo nominees this year are women.

Induction ceremonies for the seven selected for the Hall of Honorees will be in Medora, on June 24-25.


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