Cole Hiser, 18, dries a cow Saturday ahead of showing the animal n the 2016 Clinton County Fair.
Wayne Terry, of Tulas Bone Carving, makes a ring from a spoon at the county fair. Terry took up the hobby after retiring from police work in Louisiana.
Austin Singer, 6, helps prepare a field ahead of contestants Saturday.
Kids enjoy rides at the county fair Saturday.
Gary Staley walks by a line of cows and their showmen Saturday during the feeder calf show Saturday.
Two kids’ cars collide ahead of the 2016 Clinton County Fair demolition derby on Saturday.
Firefighters put out a lawn mower that caught fire Saturday during the demolition derby.
After Saturday’s mower derby, a few of the mowers had to be taken off of the track.
A car t-bones the side of another car at the demolition derby Saturday.
Two cars collide head-on at the demolition derby Saturday.
A harness racer practices with his horse Sunday at the 2016 Clinton County Fair.
Several people visit the food and other vendors at the fair.
A Cloverbud waves before descending from a platform Sunday at the Cloverbud Revue.
A Cloverbud looks toward his family Sunday at the fair.
2016 Clinton County Fair Queen Cheyenne Rhodes hands a ribbon to a Cloverbud during the Cloverbud Revue Sunday.
Many Cloverbuds participated in the Cloverbud Revue Sunday at the 2016 Clinton County Fair.
The 2016 Clinton County Fair Royal Court took a group photo Sunday at the fair.
Shown in the Cake Decorating, Senior Division competition are, from left, Emma Glass and Autumn Huston.
Competing in Crops, Gallon Soybean Junior Division included Emma Riddle, Cadance Setty, Lynne Dean, Natalie Bauer, Zoey Zurface and Olivia Walker.
Competing in Crops, Gallon Soybean were, from left, shown with Poultry Queen Sydney Shumaker, Olivia Wood, Hannah Pickering, Jordan Strong and Dakota Zurface.
Excelling in Hay Mixture was Timothy Wright.
Dakota Zurface competed in Overall Crops.
Competing in Junior Scrapbooking were, from left, Jordan Collom, Courtney Parker, Cindy Bauer, Jenna Allenarg and Carolyn Koch.
In Junior Scrapbooking were Haily Fugate and Janell Dean.
Opening ceremonies Saturday morning for the 2016 Clinton County Fair included the American Legion Post 49’s color guard, two members of which raised the U.S. flag to half staff in memory of the Dallas tragedy involving the killing of police officers. Pictured are Fair Board members, area elected officials and others, just prior to a time of silence.
Chris McClain from Sabina captured first place in the “2 plow old 5,500 pound” class at the antique tractor pull on Saturday. His pull was 167 feet, 2.9 inches.
Kelsey Smith of the Liberty Livestock 4-H Club, right, is the Clinton County breeding goat showman of showmen. She won the title on Sunday in a Junior Fair competition. Clinton County Goat Queen Paris Eades is on the left.
MacKenzie Osborne of the Muddy Boots, The Pride of Clinton County 4-H Club, right, exhibited the grand champion dairy goat at Sunday’s Dairy Goat Show in the Livestock Exposition Center. Clinton County Goat Queen Paris Eades, left, also is a member of the Muddy Boots, The Pride of Clinton County 4-H Club.
Patrick Tucker, 10, of Wilmington, prepares to pull Saturday in the Garden Tractor Pull at the Clinton County Fair. His vehicle is named Hurricane Tucker and bears the orange-and-black colors of the Wilmington Hurricane athletic teams.