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Elephant bill gets hook at state house
The show must go on. And now with the recent rejection of a bill last week that would have prohibited the use of elephants in traveling circuses, the Cole Brothers Circus will continue performances in Abington as it always ha...
2008-03-20   Abington, United States Category: circus

Two elephants and a ton of controversy
Some things, you expect to see in Texas. But in the town of Leggett, about 80 miles north of Houston, there are two things you dont. Tina and Jewel are rare Asian elephants. With fewer than 50,000 and remaining in the wild, t...
2007-10-05   Leggett, United States Category: welfare

Exotic animal ban could affect circus
The Cole Brothers Circus is in Wilmington for the Azalea Festival. One of the circus's feature attractions is Tina and Jule, two elephants that have performed with the circus for years. Elephant trainer William Jacobs says th...
2007-04-12   Wilmington, United States Category: circus

Cole Brother's Circus of the Stars elephants may not return
The circus has left town, and one act may not be coming back. The elephants have been a part of Cole Brother Circus of the Stars for more than 100 years. And this was their first year back to the area after a two-year break....
2006-09-24   Lynchburg, United States Category: circus

Elephant trainer Fred C. Logan Sr. dead July 12, 2006, began circus life at age 14
Logan, who was 80 when he died of heart disease July 12, 2006, was born Oct. 14, 1925 in Brandon, Manitoba, Canada, and had been with the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus, the Carson & Barnes Circus, the Clyde Beatty...
2006-07-31   OSPREY, United States Category: people

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