The county fair has been a family affair for Ken and Nancy Bisbee and their five children: Vanessa, Ian, Allegra, Donovan and Josette. For 20 years, the children have entered in numerous 4-H competitions including home arts, cooking, sewing and preserving. Mom and dad are also 4-H superintendents. The kids also showed guinea pigs and dairy goats.
The monster trucks arrived at the fair and packed the grandstands with spectators, who cherished the earsplitting noise and plumes of dust. For more than an hour, the crowd cheered the humongous vehicles as they jumped, spun and crushed.
The Clark County Fair draws to a close this weekend. Visitors can attend the free monster truck shows starting at 2 and 6:30 p.m. on the Grandstand Stage on both days. The always entertaining dock dogs competition also takes place, with the finals beginning at 5 p.m. Sunday. You can discover cowboy tricks inside a Wild West town and haunted gold mine, visit with the little animals at the petting zoo, see circus acts, or explore commercial and community exhibits.
RIDGEFIELD — The agility course called for Daisy, the Dutch rabbit, to hop hurdles and a hoop, run up a frame ramp and climb onto a green "pause box" with a carrot.http://www.columbian.com/fair-mobile/
The Clark County Fair is rocking the fairgrounds now, and we want you to submit your best 2012 fair photos to us. We'll publish your photos on our website, www.columbian.com, throughout the fair. We will choose the best three photos to publish in the Neighbors section on Aug. 15. Potential subjects for fair photos include:
The Clark County Fair is rocking the fairgrounds now, and we want you to submit your best 2012 fair photos to us. We’ll publish your photos on our website throughout the fair. We will choose the best three photos to publish in the Neighbors section on Aug. 15. Potential subjects for fair photos include:
As thousands flocked to experience the first weekend of the Clark County Fair on Saturday, the temperature in Vancouver rose to a record 103 degrees. The scorching temperatures helped cause heat-related illnesses for some fairgoers and prompted warnings from experts about the dangers associated with hot weather.