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Rodeo queens and princesses were herded into a wagon and then paraded around the rodeo grounds for the Grand Entry of the Cheyenne Frontier Days rodeo Saturday, July 23rd. Established in 1897, Cheyenne Frontier Days is the World's Largest Rodeo & Western Celebration. Mandee Stutzman (cq), 10, the Crook County Pee Wee Princess, (second from the left) is ready to get the show on the road as the 100 degree heat is taking its toll on her patience. To the left is Zannie Conzelman (cq), 21, the Crook Country Rodeo Princess, and to to right is Mariah Bowles (cq), 13, the Crook Country Junior Princess. Next to her is Kendra Parker (cq), 14, the Beaver Creek Queen Attendant. (JUDY WALGREN/THE ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) Kendra Parker (cq), Mariah Bowles (cq), Zannie Conzelman (cq), Mandee Stutzman (cq)

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