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Livingston Roundup Returns

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LIVINGSTON -

Thousands of people are in Livingston for the annual Livingston Roundup.

Its a rodeo that has been going on every year around the Fourth of July since the 1920s.

Every year locals and tourists alike get together to watch cowboys and cowgirls try to take home the cash prize.

The rodeo also has fireworks every night.

"There are more fireworks on the Fourth," said Bruce Brecker, Livingston Roundup Association President. "And we have wounded warriors coming in and they will be entertained at rodeo. We will acknowledge them tomorrow as well."

The rodeo ends July 4th. Tickets are $14 for general admission and $25 for reserved seats.
A kids rodeo will be on July 4th at 2 p.m.


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