Lake County Fair ‘Calling All Superheroes’

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  • Garett Vaughn of Charlo rinses off his market steer that was bound for judging on Wednesday, July 25 at the Ronan Fairgrounds.

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    Regan Clairmont of Ronan puts the finishing touches on the market steer she entered for judging on prepare their market steer entries for judging Wednesday evening.

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    Laquisha, a boer goat owned by Kira McPhail, chows down on nutritious grass during the Lake County Fair on Wednesday, July 25 in Ronan.

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    Providing entertainment the evening of Wednesday, July 25 was the Little Big Band, a local trio. Pictured is James Pettit on guitar and lead vocal. Other band members are Shirley Pettit, keyboard and vocals, and James Tobel, lead guitar.

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    Mission Valley Ranch Hands 4-H Club went 1-2 in Senior Beef Showmanship on Friday, July 27 during the Lake County Fair in Ronan. Kyia Hendrickson, right, showed the grand champion, while Megan Evelo had the reserve champion. Read more about their success in 4-H showmanship in the Aug. 2 issue of the Lake County Leader.

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    Jackson Davis of Ronan was the grand champion in the Project Costume Contest on Friday, July 27 during the Lake County Fair. Davis called his entry Superman vs. Batman. Hayley Bergh (Supergirl & Batman) finished second, and Sierra Symington (Greatest Showman) was third in the contest.

  • Garett Vaughn of Charlo rinses off his market steer that was bound for judging on Wednesday, July 25 at the Ronan Fairgrounds.

  • 1

    Regan Clairmont of Ronan puts the finishing touches on the market steer she entered for judging on prepare their market steer entries for judging Wednesday evening.

  • 2

    Laquisha, a boer goat owned by Kira McPhail, chows down on nutritious grass during the Lake County Fair on Wednesday, July 25 in Ronan.

  • 3

    Providing entertainment the evening of Wednesday, July 25 was the Little Big Band, a local trio. Pictured is James Pettit on guitar and lead vocal. Other band members are Shirley Pettit, keyboard and vocals, and James Tobel, lead guitar.

  • 4

    Mission Valley Ranch Hands 4-H Club went 1-2 in Senior Beef Showmanship on Friday, July 27 during the Lake County Fair in Ronan. Kyia Hendrickson, right, showed the grand champion, while Megan Evelo had the reserve champion. Read more about their success in 4-H showmanship in the Aug. 2 issue of the Lake County Leader.

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    Jackson Davis of Ronan was the grand champion in the Project Costume Contest on Friday, July 27 during the Lake County Fair. Davis called his entry Superman vs. Batman. Hayley Bergh (Supergirl & Batman) finished second, and Sierra Symington (Greatest Showman) was third in the contest.

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