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Levi Olinger, left, of Wessington Springs, and Cameron Deinert, of Mount Vernon, both Mitchell Technical Institute students, set down the first layer of plywood to build the rodeo arena in the Corn Palace on Tuesday afternoon in Mitchell. A blue covering and plywood floor are set before dirt is placed over the top to create the arena for the Wilbur-Ellis Corn Palace Challenge rodeo event, which is Friday and Saturday. (Sean Ryan/Republic)

Bulls, broncs to buck in Palace

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The bulls are back, this time with the broncs.

Saddle bronc riding has been added to this year’s Wilbur-Ellis Corn Palace Challenge, which brought bull riding inside the Corn Palace last year and was the first-ever rodeo event inside the

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