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Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo wraps up in Grandview

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Photo by Jennie McGhan

Saylon Struikmans, Alex Prins and Katelyn Banks (L-R) have their showmanship skills tested during the dairy cow showing and fitting competition last Friday. The three had to show cows owned by other youngsters to showcase their skills at handling cows.

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Keeping up with a pig in the pee wee showing and fitting competition last Friday is 4-year-old Brody Rutherford of Prosser.

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Becky Lloyd examines a bunny in the bunny and hen barn Saturday afternoon.

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Travis McDonald shines up his 1964 Impala during the chamber of commerce car show Saturday morning.

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Annie Kannely enjoys the pancake breakfast annually hosted by the Grandview Kiwanis Club at the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo last Friday morning.

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Abigail Albrecht checks on her two pigs. This was her first year raising pigs and showing them. She said she got enough from selling the animals to pay for next year’s stock. “It’ll be easier next year because I already have the pens built,” she said.

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Zion and Silas Aman (L-R) of Horse Heaven Stockmasters 4-H Club in Prosser are judged during the pee wee goat showing and fitting contest. The judge is Mark Addington.

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Maloree Simpson of Mabton watches as Mazy T. Clown creates a parrot using a balloon.

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Alejandro and Araceli Magana pan for gold in Ag-ventureland at the fair. Araceli found two pieces, earning herself a piece of candy.

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A barrel pig with tin can piglets greets visitors to the Yakima Valley Fair & Rodeo this past weekend.

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Elsie Slaugh practices her roping skills at the Ag-ventureland Cowboy Boot Camp.

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