Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Open Class staff hopes last year's premiums get topped


Mark Hebert

Malta's Camri Salveson's first place cupcakes (and outstanding exhibitor) from last year's Open Class at the Phillips County Fair.

It was a pleasant surprise last year when, even though the area was plagued with drought and fires, exhibitors and entries hit new highs in the Open Classes at the Phillips County Fair and organizers are hopeful for another strong turnout this August.

"We were really surprised that we had an even better year last year than we did at the 100th Fair and it was awesome to see that the numbers were up," Phillips County Fair's Joy Linn said. "This year, it's hard to say what will happen if the weather stays hot and dry like they are predicting. The number of entries will depend on the number of...

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