Rice County Fair Executive Secretary John Dvorak Stops by to review last week's great county get together in Faribault. We'll get some figures from the fair. I did post a blog noting the improvements I saw at the fair and would love to hear from you
Don't miss our Hands On History at the Rice County Fair segments this week at 1:10pm from the Rice County Fair. We talk about various happenings sponsored by the Rice County Historical Society Museum sponsored by Fox Video Productions
The Rice County Historical Society Museum is hosting a number of old time demonstrations during the fair this week. Kids were thoroughly enjoying themselves in the Scavenger Hunt Wednesday where they look for items at all the historical buildings on the fairgrounds
The new open class exhibit building officially became Gillen Hall after a ribbon cutting dedication on the opening night of the Rice County Fair in Faribault Tuesday night. Fair Board Executive Secretary John Dvorak told a good crowd on hand a 50 thousand dollar legacy grant from the state was matched by the county and then County Commissioner Jake Gillen told him he and his wife wanted to know if a 25 thousand dollar donation would allow them to place their name on the building
The 2014 Rice County Fair Queen was crowned during a pageant Tuesday on the Bruce Sellner Memorial Midway Stage. 18 year old Carrie Conrad is the daughter of Joe and Kathy Conrad of Faribault. The 2014 Faribault High School graduate was valedictorian of her class and will study accounting at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management
Be sure to stop in the 4-H Building while you are at the Rice County Fair and make a donation to the Food Shelf. In the picture is the display 4-H clubs built out of canned and dry goods in the form of a Theme Park
There have been far too many stories in the news this summer about parents leaving their kids in the car while they go in and shop. This is not okay! We all know that a quick trip in the store can end up being much more than that.
These pictures were taken from my tractor cab when I was out spraying beans last Saturday. One picture was taken from the left cab window. It was a common sight of black spots in the field that drowned out because of the heavy rains we received
Norman and Geneva Scott of Cannon Falls will be laid to rest today after an 11 am church service at First English Lutheran church in Cannon Falls. They were killed when their vehicle collided with a state patrol car responding to a call on Independence day afternoon
When a Frontier Airlines flight from Washington, DC, to Denver was diverted to Cheyenne, Wyoming because of severe weather on Monday, the captain reached into his own wallet after realizing his passengers hadn't eaten in seven hours
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