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Bull’s-eye: Whiteside County Fair opener hits the mark

Published: Wednesday, Aug. 13, 2014 1:15 a.m. CDT
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Denton Fugate hangs on for a wild ride Tuesday night during professional bull riding at the Whiteside County Fair. The grandstand was packed for the first day of the fair in Morrison.
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Dust and spit fly as Caleb Ruyle hangs on for a qualifying ride Tuesday evening at the Whiteside County Fair.
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A bull wrangler gets knocked to the ground by "Hammerhead" on Tuesday evening during a night of professional bull riding at the Whiteside County Fair.
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Marvin Aldernan scrambles up the fence to get out of the way of the bull that threw him Tuesday evening in Morrison. The Whiteside County Fair kicked off its week of activity.
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Freeman Yoder's bull kicks up a cloud of dust Tuesday during a night of professional bull riding at the Whiteside County Fair. Gates opened Tuesday for a full week of activity in Morrison.

Denton Fugate hangs on for a wild ride Tuesday night during professional bull riding at the Whiteside County Fair. The grandstand was packed for the first day of the fair in Morrison.

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