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Last Update Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019
Casa Amiga co-owner Jose Palomino (right) and restaurant staff members (from left) Nancy Espinoza, Eva Rosales, Sebastian Moreno and Lilia Espinoza show off the rancho nachos topped off with large amounts of bacon they created for the Bacon, Brews & Broncs event Saturday at the Josephine County Fairgrounds.

It makes sense that a new event with the self-explanatory name Bacon, Brews & Broncs might include some down-to-earth fun.

A corn hole tournament, petting zoo, bounce house, beer tasting contest, live music and a bacon cook-off were all part of the festivities Saturday at the Josephine County Fairgrounds, concluding with the packed Rogue Valley Rough Stock Rodeo.

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