Malheur County Fair
All's fair at the fair
The annual local event is off to a good start, drawing in big crowds despite the hot weather.
Ontario -- The Malheur County Fairgrounds overflows with fun, livestock and carnival rides, offering a parade of fun despite the extreme heat.
Shaded benches and misty table areas throughout the fairgrounds offered a reprieve from the midday sun Wednesday. Meanwhile, the parade of delights linking food vendors, arts and craft barns, carnival rides and 4-H livestock show areas kept the county fair filled with excitement.
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