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Malheur County Fair vendors offer traditional fair fare and more

The row of food vendors at the 110th Malheur County Fair. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

ONTARIO — The Malheur County Fair delivers rodeo events, dance groups, animal auctions and food — lots and lots of food. Strategically placed to the inside right of the main gate, fairgoers can't miss the smells of fried batter, browned meat and gooey cheese as they walk toward the main arena. Whether customers are looking for a cold drink to beat the heat this week or trying to get the most bang for their buck, there are plenty of options from the 10-plus trucks and stands in the main walkway.

Vendors will be serving flavorful creations all week during public hours. The fairgrounds open to the public at 10 a.m. every day. Keep an eye on the Enterprise website for daily fair entertainment schedules. For . . .