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After Combat, A Veteran Finds Solace In Sheep Farming

Army veteran Sgt. Mickey Willenbring was injured while serving in Iraq and also developed PTSD. Running a Navajo-Churro sheep farm has helped her cope with the lingering trauma of combat.

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Meet The White House's New Chief Climate Change Skeptic

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Susan Tedeschi And Derek Trucks, Partners In Music And In Life

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After Combat, A Veteran Finds Solace In Sheep Farming

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