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The Marion County Fair rodeo drew spectators Tuesday to watch cowboys compete in various events. The cattle sorting contest consisted of six-man teams competing for the best time separating three steers from a small herd. Placing first was the 7-6 Ranch team with a time of 34.53 seconds; followed by Diamond P, 46.41; Brown Ranch, 47.66; and Put Together Ranch, 55.36.
Kansas City comedian Brian Wendling instructed volunteers to pick their noses in a game of "follow the leader." Christopher Walker, 9, of Hillsboro (right) crossed his arms in contempt of the act, while other volunteers were more amused. From left, James Baker, 6, Marion; Ruby Shaver, 4, Hillsboro; Gabi Sibayan, 8, Hillsboro; and Paige Ensey, 8, Marion, were some of the many volunteers that helped Wendling with his show.
Brownie pretty-sits for Morgan Gaines as they await to participate in the 4-H dog show Saturday.
Foreman Nick Zogleman, who has been with Williams Service for decades, work on a semi trailer at the workshop at Williams Service. Stan Williams said the company's business model has changed with the advent of the Internet, but the business has adapted and remained current.