The Odessa Record -

By Gabe Gants
Special to The Times 

Pioneer judge meets pioneer pet


Last updated 2/17/2022 at 11:17am

Courtesy Gabe Gants

Former Lincoln County Superior Court Judge William Warren's home on Fifth and Marshall Street still stands to this day.

DAVENPORT--Several years ago, Davenport was home to a town pet in one friendly wild turkey. He walked into town as a stranger but over time became so well known that the people around town gave him the name of Clyde.

Clyde could be seen roaming the streets of town where people would stop to wave hello or offer him something to eat. He stayed around town for many months despite being injured in a series of clashes with the motoring public, as he'd stop in the middle of Morgan Street puffing his feathered chest as if to dare vehicles to pass.

Sadly, his misguided bravery ultimately led...

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