While the COVID-19 pandemic dramatically changed the look of the Teton County Fair this year the 4-H events — such as market and showmanship categories and the livestock auction — survived, with auctioneers spitting numbers at rapid speed, friends outbidding one another and kids from throughout the county proudly showing off their animals.

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