Pansy the Clown tells 4-year-old Nolan Scott to smile for the camera after he requests a balloon sword at the Malheur County Fair last week. The fair encountered a number of hurdles but volunteers helped save the day. (The Enterprise/Yadira Lopez)
ONTARIO — The Malheur County Fair was plagued with problems before the gates even opened to the public last week.
“We all survived,” Lynelle Christiani, Malheur Fairgrounds manager, said.
That’s a win in her book.
The hiccups started the Sunday . . .