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ICYMI: Check out images from the Lorain County Fair (PHOTOS)

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    Lorain County Fair, Aug. 25.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Teens 12 to 16 -years-old smash each other up in the the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday evening in Wellington.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Members of the Wellington Fire Department stands by as teen drivers compete in the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday evening in Wellington.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    #18 Ben Watson, 13, of Wellington, smashes head on into Jaeda Dotson, 14, of Wellington, as the two teens battle for first place in the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday evening at the Lorain County Fair in Wellington. Watson took first place, and Dotson took second.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Scott Drevenak, Jr., 12, of Columbia Station, front, and his father, Scott Drevenak, Sr., watch the final cars compete after being eliminated in the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday evening.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Dylan Watson, 19, hugs his younger brother, Ben, 13, after Ben won the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday afternoon.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Ben Watson, 13, of Wellington, raises his hands above his head in celebration on top of his derby car after winning the youth compact demolition derby at the Lorain County Fair Sunday afternoon.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Nathaniel Gill, 11, a member of Ridge Kids 4-H group, sweeps out the 4-H project barn during his group's barn duty on the final day of the Lorain County Fair Sunday afternoon at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Madison Lewis, of New London, shows off her Grand Champion Lottery Steer in the auction ring Saturday during the annual Lorain County Junior Fair Livestock auction at the Lorain County Fair in Wellington. The steer sold for $3.60 a pound to Country Tool, Schlather Insurance and Z&N Car Care.

    ANNA NORRIS / CHRONICLE

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    Dairy cows are on display at the 2017 Lorain County Fair on Wednesday.

    SCOTT MAHONEY / CHRONICLE

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    Allie Starner, 15, of Wellington, coaches her dog Melody, a 5 year old Black Lab, through the Agility course at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday evening, Aug. 22.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Victoria Ramage, 17, of Wakeman, coaches her dog Patches, a 7-year-old border collie, through the agility course at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday evening, Aug. 22.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    After a brief rain delay, Dustin Lynch performed at the grand stand at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. Fans waited out inclement weather to see the musician perform.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    After a brief rain delay, Dustin Lynch performed at the grand stand at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. Fans waited out inclement weather to see the musician perform.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    After a brief rain delay, Dustin Lynch performed at the grand stand at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. Fans waited out inclement weather to see the musician perform.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    After a brief rain delay, Dustin Lynch performed at the grand stand at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. Fans waited out inclement weather to see the musician perform.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    After a brief rain delay, Dustin Lynch performed at the grand stand at the Lorain County Fair on Tuesday night, Aug. 22. Fans waited out inclement weather to see the musician perform.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Kenny Loggins waves to the crowd as he walks on stage to perform at the Lorain County Fair on Aug. 21.

    JOE COLON / CHRONICLE

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    Kenny Loggins playing to a packed house at the Lorain County Fair on Aug. 21.

    JOE COLON / CHRONICLE

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    Beth Hines wins the Clair Hill award at Lorain County Fair on Aug. 21.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Beth Hines wins the Clair Hill award at the Lorain County Fair on Aug. 21.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Bailey Wise is crowned Lorain County Junior Fair Queen on Aug. 21.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Stephen Fry, 15 of Amherst looks to the sky as the sun nears the peak coverage in our area. Stephen was at the Lorain County Fair where many people were carrying the glasses to view the eclipse.

    BRUCE BISHOP / CHRONICLE

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    Angel Kopnickey, 11, of Grafton, moves her 3-month old chicken named Rosie into the poultry barn on Sunday, Aug. 20. Rosie is a kelso chicken and will be shown during fair week by Kopnickey.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Mallory Bloom, 9, of West Salem, pets her 7-month old cow named Fireball on Sunday, which she will show at the fair as part of the Penfield Partners 4-H Club program. Bloom moved Fireball into the barn earlier that day for a busy week at the Lorain County Fair.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Samantha Martin, of Wellington, holds Brantley Cottrill, 2, to look at the cows with older brother Justin Cottrill, 9, at the Lorain County Fair on Sunday, Aug. 20. The boys hope to participate in one of the 4-H program next year, and perhaps show goats.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Logan Squire, 11, of New London, competes in the obstacle course with his 2-year-old rooster named Orange while at the Lorain County Fair on Friday afternoon, Aug. 25.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Keith Squire, 9, of New London, lowers his head for Winner, a 6-month old Polish rooster, to climb onto his shoulder on Friday afternoon, Aug. 25 at the Lorain County Fair.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Astro, a 2-year old Holland Laup, plays with his toy under the watchful eye of Chaz Yates, 13, and Mason Kucera, 13, both of Grafton, on Friday afternoon, Aug. 25 at the Lorain County Fair.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Keith Squire, 9, of New London, lowers his head for Winner, a 6-month old Polish rooster, to climb onto his shoulder on Friday afternoon, Aug. 25 at the Lorain County Fair.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Astro, a 2-year old Holland Laup, plays with his toy under the watchful eye of Chaz Yates, 13, and Mason Kucera, 13, both of Grafton, on Friday afternoon, Aug. 25 at the Lorain County Fair.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Confederate flags are available for sale at Lorain County Fair Aug. 25.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Abel Van Aken, 1 1/2, of Elyria, plays the duck game at Lorain County Fair on Aug. 25.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    Hayden Winslow, 11, of Elyria, Jacob Knapp, 13, of Wellington, Maria DiCesare, 12, of Wellington, and Cole Winslow, 12, of Elyria, play with their rabbits Willow, a 2-year-old Netherland Wolf rabbit, Blue, a 7-month-old Mini Rex rabbit, and Silly, a 2-year-old Mini Rex, on Thursday morning, Aug. 24.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Abel Haehn, 2, with his father Aaron, of Elyria , pet the sheep at Lorain County Fair on Aug. 24.

    STEVE MANHEIM / CHRONICLE

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    KRISTIN BAUER | CHRONICLECole Winslow, 12, of Elyria, and his brother Hayden, 11, play with Silly, a 2-year-old Mini Rex rabbit, while at the Lorain County Fair on Thursday morning, Aug. 24.

    KRISTIN BAUER

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    KRISTIN BAUER | CHRONICLESharon Keppers, of Elyria, and Doris Keller, of Elyria, applaud as Jeanne Williams (CENTER), of Elyria, is named the 2017 Senior Lorain County Fair Queen on Thursday, Aug. 24.

    KRISTIN BAUER

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    Jerry Myers, of Penfield, reacts along side of Gene Briscoe, from KoolKat Oldies, and Charisse Nikel, Lorain County Fair Treasurer, after being named the 2017 Senior Lorain County Fair King on Thursday, Aug. 24.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Jerry Myers, of Penfield, and Jeanne Williams, of Elyria, share a laugh after being named the 2017 Senior Lorain County Fair King and Queen on Thursday, Aug. 24.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    Dann Miller is interviewed by Gene Briscoe during the 2017 Senior Lorain County Fair Pageant on Thursday, Aug. 24, about his tomato garden.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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    The 2017 Senior Lorain County Fair Pageant Court: Bill Tipple, Jerry Myers, Jeanne Williams, Sharon Keppers, Doris Keller, and Dann Miller.

    KRISTIN BAUER / CHRONICLE

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With this year’s Lorain County Fair in the books, take a look back at CT reporting and photos.



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