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The livestock shows must go on despite soaring temperatures at the Mason County Fair. Here, the judge congratulates Adam Wilson on showing the grand champion at the commercial feeder calf show on Wednesday. The hot weather had gotten so intense on Thursday, that following the issuance of a heat advisory for the area, Mason County Fair officials closed the carnival rides for a period of time in the afternoon. The rides reopened, uninterrupted, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday. Fair officials were urging all fair goers to stay hydrated. More on the feeder calf and replacement heifer shows appear inside this edition and online.


The livestock shows must go on despite soaring temperatures at the Mason County Fair. Here, the judge congratulates Adam Wilson on showing the grand champion at the commercial feeder calf show on Wednesday. The hot weather had gotten so intense on Thursday, that following the issuance of a heat advisory for the area, Mason County Fair officials closed the carnival rides for a period of time in the afternoon. The rides reopened, uninterrupted, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday. Fair officials were urging all fair goers to stay hydrated. More on the feeder calf and replacement heifer shows appear inside this edition and online.

The livestock shows must go on despite soaring temperatures at the Mason County Fair. Here, the judge congratulates Adam Wilson on showing the grand champion at the commercial feeder calf show on Wednesday. The hot weather had gotten so intense on Thursday, that following the issuance of a heat advisory for the area, Mason County Fair officials closed the carnival rides for a period of time in the afternoon. The rides reopened, uninterrupted, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday. Fair officials were urging all fair goers to stay hydrated. More on the feeder calf and replacement heifer shows appear inside this edition and online.
http://mydailyregister.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/08/web1_8.12-PPR-Wilson.jpgThe livestock shows must go on despite soaring temperatures at the Mason County Fair. Here, the judge congratulates Adam Wilson on showing the grand champion at the commercial feeder calf show on Wednesday. The hot weather had gotten so intense on Thursday, that following the issuance of a heat advisory for the area, Mason County Fair officials closed the carnival rides for a period of time in the afternoon. The rides reopened, uninterrupted, from 3 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Thursday. Fair officials were urging all fair goers to stay hydrated. More on the feeder calf and replacement heifer shows appear inside this edition and online.
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