INDEPENDENCE, Ky. -- The Kenton County Golf Course is searching for their missing border collie.
On Nov. 29, Curley Joe, the border collie, disappeared from the course on Richardson Road in Independence.
Curley's primary job at the golf course is to keep the wild geese off the courses, but he has become a part of the family among staff and members.
If anyone has information regarding Curley's whereabouts, contacts the Kenton County Animal Shelter at 859-356-7400.
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