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Photos: Pahrump Fall Festival rodeo

One of the big draws to the Fall Festival was the Rocky Mountain Professional Rodeo Association, who made their fifth appearance in Pahrump.

This year’s rodeo had its share of thrills and pageantry as the bullriders, barrel racers and ropers competed in open competition on Friday and Saturday night.

This year the chamber worked even harder to bring a good rodeo to Pahrump and they succeeded, as the crowds cheered on their favorite cowboys and cowgirls. Even the Valley Electric Association got into the show by installing two flagpoles and then having its linemen raise the flag. (See more Fall Festival photos on A13).

The Pahrump Valley Times tried to capture as many thrills and spills as we could. Enjoy.

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