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Great Plains Stampede and Rodeo wraps up

ALTUS, Okla._Altus' Great Plains Stampede Rodeo wrapped up tonight after the annual parade kicked things off Saturday morning.  

The lineup began at Bradford and Grady and slowly made its way south down Main Street before heading back to Rodeo Arena on east

Broadway.

The rodeo followed suit and had all kinds of activities like bull riding, barrell racing, and roping.  

Folks also sported pink today in honor of the "Tough Enough to Wear Pink" theme to support breast cancer awareness.

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