A fairgoer tosses a newspaper, aiming for a hole in a wooden door, at the Malheur Enterprise booth. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

ONTARIO — The Malheur Enterprise delivered newspaper fun and games to the Malheur County Fair Friday, Aug. 2. Our team set up a booth where fairgoers could try their hand at a newspaper toss to win a prize.

The ICA Rodeo Friday evening was full of strong riders and ropers that entertained a packed arena. Whether a rider wowed or got stuck on a stubborn bronc, the crowd cheered loudly throughout the events.

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Steer owners wash their animals in preparation for judging. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

All ages were encouraged to try their hand at tossing a newspaper through the door at the Enterprise booth Friday. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Sheila Schroeder, the Malheur Enterprise's very own delivery driver, tosses a newspaper through the door. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

After tossing a newspaper through the hole, participants were able to pick through the prize box for their reward. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A bronc rider is thrown backwards but maintains his form at the ICA Rodeo Friday, Aug. 2. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A calf roper ties three of the calf's legs as quickly, but still securely, as he can. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A calf roper grimaces after failing to properly lasso a calf's neck or horns. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

For some attendees, the rodeo is more about the food than the events. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A cowboy rides a bronc with style, earning a score of 80 from the judges. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

A calf roper swings his lasso with intensity. (The Enterprise/Isabella Garcia)

Have a news tip? Reporter Isabella Garcia: isabellagenterprise@gmail.com or 541-473-3377.

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