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Youths shed tears over steers

Aug 5, 2012 By Christina George, Staff Writer

The Junior Livestock Sale was emotional for Shayde LeClair.

On one hand, the 14-year-old Shoshoni girl's steer, Tweedy, earned this year's reserve ...


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Fourteen-year-old Shayde LeClair cried at the thought of selling her reserve champion steer, Tweedy, as she enter the auction ring Saturday during the Fremont County Fair Junior Livestock Sale. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fourteen-year-old Shayde LeClair cried at the thought of selling her reserve champion steer, Tweedy, as she enter the auction ring Saturday during the Fremont County Fair Junior Livestock Sale. Photo by Wayne Nicholls


Fourteen-year-old Shayde LeClair cried at the thought of selling her reserve champion steer, Tweedy, as she enter the auction ring Saturday during the Fremont County Fair Junior Livestock Sale. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

Fourteen-year-old Shayde LeClair cried at the thought of selling her reserve champion steer, Tweedy, as she enter the auction ring Saturday during the Fremont County Fair Junior Livestock Sale. Photo by Wayne Nicholls

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