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  • Alberton Schools District Secretary Ashley Schatz cheers through the Railroad Days parade in Alberton on Saturday, July 20. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Rodeo Queen Emma Hill and Rodeo Princess Darby Haskins ride in the parade on Saturday, July 20. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Alberton eighth-grader Lynette Nix and freshman Violet Claxton walk in the Railroad Days parade in Alberton. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Mineral County Commissioner Roman Zylawy drives a limousine in the parade. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Camryn Gardner, Caitlyn Gardner, Ryleigh Nagy and Cason Gardner watch the parade and wait for candy to be thrown. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    A crowd watches a shoot-out at Sportsman Bar. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Kids play games set up in the Hank Roat Memorial Park at Railroad Days. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    A cowgirl lies on the ground following a dramatic shoot-out at Sportsman Bar. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • Alberton Schools District Secretary Ashley Schatz cheers through the Railroad Days parade in Alberton on Saturday, July 20. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • 1

    Rodeo Queen Emma Hill and Rodeo Princess Darby Haskins ride in the parade on Saturday, July 20. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • 2

    Alberton eighth-grader Lynette Nix and freshman Violet Claxton walk in the Railroad Days parade in Alberton. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    Mineral County Commissioner Roman Zylawy drives a limousine in the parade. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • 4

    Camryn Gardner, Caitlyn Gardner, Ryleigh Nagy and Cason Gardner watch the parade and wait for candy to be thrown. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • 5

    A crowd watches a shoot-out at Sportsman Bar. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

  • 6

    Kids play games set up in the Hank Roat Memorial Park at Railroad Days. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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    A cowgirl lies on the ground following a dramatic shoot-out at Sportsman Bar. (Maggie Dresser/Mineral Independent)

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