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Final days of the Fremont County Fair

Aug 7, 2012 By Martin Reed, Staff Writer

Sixth-grader wins cow contest award in memory of Bill Bates, his late great-grandfather.

With tears streaming down her cheeks, Mary ...


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Peyton Rees, 11, of Riverton, accepted the award for the phase-two winner in the Fremont County Cattlemen's commercial cow contest on Friday from his great-grandmother Mary Bates at the Fremont County Fair and Rodeo. The award is in memory of her late husband, Bill Bates. Photo by Martin Reed

Peyton Rees, 11, of Riverton, accepted the award for the phase-two winner in the Fremont County Cattlemen's commercial cow contest on Friday from his great-grandmother Mary Bates at the Fremont County Fair and Rodeo. The award is in memory of her late husband, Bill Bates. Photo by Martin Reed


Peyton Rees, 11, of Riverton, accepted the award for the phase-two winner in the Fremont County Cattlemen's commercial cow contest on Friday from his great-grandmother Mary Bates at the Fremont County Fair and Rodeo. The award is in memory of her late husband, Bill Bates. Photo by Martin Reed

Peyton Rees, 11, of Riverton, accepted the award for the phase-two winner in the Fremont County Cattlemen's commercial cow contest on Friday from his great-grandmother Mary Bates at the Fremont County Fair and Rodeo. The award is in memory of her late husband, Bill Bates. Photo by Martin Reed

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