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  • The Superior Lions Club present the “Go for the Gold” Rodeo on Friday, August 2 and Saturday, August 3 at the 2019 Mineral County Fair in Superior. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Rodeo Queen Emma Hill waves to the crowd to start of the 2019 Superior Lions Club “Go for the Gold” Rodeo on Saturday, August 3. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    The Superior Meats float strolls through the parade during the Mineral County Fair on Saturday morning. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Kameron Meeks, 7, of Superior wins a bike at the bike, fishing pole and tent raffle at the fair on Saturday. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Bailey Hansen with her tutu wearing, blue ribbon swine at the 4H Auction on Saturday, August 3. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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  • The Superior Lions Club present the “Go for the Gold” Rodeo on Friday, August 2 and Saturday, August 3 at the 2019 Mineral County Fair in Superior. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Rodeo Queen Emma Hill waves to the crowd to start of the 2019 Superior Lions Club “Go for the Gold” Rodeo on Saturday, August 3. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    The Superior Meats float strolls through the parade during the Mineral County Fair on Saturday morning. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Kameron Meeks, 7, of Superior wins a bike at the bike, fishing pole and tent raffle at the fair on Saturday. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Bailey Hansen with her tutu wearing, blue ribbon swine at the 4H Auction on Saturday, August 3. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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