Annual event features rodeo, carnival, multiple
livestock shows, and more...
Robert McCoy holds on the best that he can during the mutton busting event held on the final day of the Tri-County Fair last Saturday. It was McCoy’s first ever ride as he participated during night two of the rodeo. The annual event included family living exhibits, a carnival all four nights, two nights of rodeo, a kids pedal tractor race, a market sale, and shows for a variety of animals that include cattle, sheep, goats, cows, pigs and poultry-water fowl. There were also a variety of food options at the event. (See more photos from the Tri-County Fair on page B1. Editor’s Note: Complete show results will be available in the July 29 issue.)
Show photos by Ramonda Andrus and supporting parents of the Tri-County Fair and Mountain Grove 4-H Club
Several area students participated in a wide range of agricultural shows during the Tri-County Fair held July 15-18 in Mountain Grove. (Full results and a couple of more show photos to be published in the July 29 issue of the Wright County Journal.)
Jarrett Young holds on to a frightened Wyatt Young as they go down the Super Slide during the Tri-County Fair.
Adeline Riley, of Willow Springs, and Audrey Kicklighter, of Mountain Grove, enjoy the Frog Hopper.