Our View: Volunteers make the fair possible
The Great Northern Fair has completed another year, and by all accounts the fair was a success.
The fair is a traditional country fair. It includes all of the kinds of events that have made the fair, for the last century, totally representative of Hill County.
It remains agriculture-based, and the displays put on by members of the 4-H are always among the most popular. But the live entertainment, the rodeos, the demolition derby and the carnival also attract lots of people.
There were some complaints about the carnival operation this year, and fair manager Tim Solomon said he will look i...
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