Pawnee man keeps memory of Oklahoma's Pawnee Bill alive
Season's last performance of Wild West Show, a revival of the original Pawnee Bill show, is Saturday night.
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When he's not portraying Pawnee Bill, Webb works full time at the Pawnee Bill Ranch on U.S. 64, a half-mile west of downtown Pawnee. Webb says many visitors don't realize it's still a working ranch; his duties include managing and taking care of the 60 buffalo and 40 head of Longhorn cattle that roam the pastures.
Webb is a fifth-generation farmer and rancher. He lives on the same land homesteaded by his great-grandfather and says he is proud to follow in the footsteps of the men who took care of this land before him.
“Playing the role of Pawnee Bill comes naturally to me,” Webb said.
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