Dog-gone fun


The 78th Marion County Fair came off as planned, with hot temperatures and a Saturday rain shower thrown in for good measure.

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MCFATVkidP7238742.jpg

With dad at the controls of their all-terrain vehicle, one youngster
took great pleasure in tossing candy to the children lining Main Street
during the parade on Wendesday.

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MCFairHannafordP7238692.jpg

Politicians were plentiful. Roger Hannaford, running for the 70th
District Kansas House seat, waves to the crowd in the hope of drawing
votes.

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MCFJackGlasscockPullP723876.jpg

Jack Glasscock gives his best effort in the Van De Creek pedal-tractor
pull on Wednesday. He placed second in the 4-year-old division.

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DemoDerbyScottSchulz.jpg

Scott Schultz's car caught fire during the demolition derby on Saturday and Schultz had to bail out. He finished fourth, though.

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ATVChallengeBrandonKlassen.jpg

Brandon Klassen, son of Dale and Kay Klassen, makes way through the
challenge course during the “Thrills & Spills” competition on
Friday evening.


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