For $5,425, Mackenzie Curless sold the grand champion market steer to A Dispatch Service, ABX Air, American Equipment Service, BDK Feed & Supply, Bill Martin Auto Center, Brett St. Claire & Chris Wiederhold, Bush Auto Place, CDK Transport, Carney’s Feed, Clinton County Republican Party, Clinton County Democrats, Edgington Funeral Home, Fifth Third Bank, Jim & Michelle Fishly, JD Equipment, Kratzer’s Hometown Pharmacy, Kroger of Clinton County, LCNB National Bank, Bill Marine Ford Chrysler, McDonald’s, Jonathan McKay for Wilmington City Council, Orchard Veterinary Care, Paladin Transport, Panetta Excavating, Peoples Bank, Mayor Randy Riley, Rod’s Mobile Home Service, State Representative Cliff Rosenberger, Southern Hills Community Bank, Congressman Steve Stivers and Sue-Terres Food Affair.
Mason Snyder’s 268-pound grand champion market hog brought a premium price of $2,750 at the swine sale. The buyers are AG & EX Construction, Accurate Soils, Airborne Maintenance & Engineering Services (AMES), Bane-Welker Equipment, Bean Farm Drainage, Bush Auto Place, Cargill Inc., Cherrybend Pheasant Farm and Ellis Farms, Clinton County Auditor Terry Habermehl, Croghan Family Farm / Tom Rayburn Memorial, Crop Production Services, Doug Rinehart, Farm Credit Services, Fifth Third Bank, Five Points Implements Co., Groves Tire & Service, Indoff, JD Equipment Inc., Johnson Durocs (Joey, Melanie, Luke), Kroger of Clinton County, Marci and Mitchell, Bill Marine Ford Chrysler, McConahay Roofing, McDonald’s, Jonathan McKay for Wilmington City Council, Melvin Liquid Fertilizer, Murphy Farms, Orchard Veterinary Care Inc., R + L Carriers / Roberts Centre, Brenda Roberts, State Rep. Cliff Rosenberger, Jason Schneder & Family, Schneder Channel Seeds, Skyline Chili in Wilmington, Smith Farms Trucking, Kasey Smith, Southern Hills Community Bank, U.S. Rep. Steve Stivers, Ron Trusty Insurance, Wilmington Auto Center and the Wilmington Lions Club.
Twelve-year-old Emily Quallen shares some quiet time with her cow Friday night at the Clinton County Fair.
Zachery Sage, 3, reminds his dad, Stephen Sage, how to safely enjoy Friday evening’s tractor pulls at the Clinton County Fair — with headphones.
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