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Carbon County Residents Display Rodeo, Cowboy Memorabilia at CEU Museum


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Dea W. Thayn, an active member of the Utah Riding Club Association for 49 years, stands near a display case showing off his collection of rodeo memorabilia. Thayn is one of many local residents who are exhibiting pictures of early rodeo and cowboy life in eastern Utah. The display at the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum on Main Street in Price is scheduled to continue through March 4. Special demonstrations are planned Feb. 7 and Feb. 8.


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