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  • Special supplement to the Sidney Herald ~ Sunday, July 27, 2014

    Lifes a Ride at the Richland County Fair & RodeoWednesday-SaturdayJuly 30-Aug. 2, 2014

  • Richland County Fair2 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Sidney Herald

    RICHLAND COUNTY FAIR & RODEOSIDNEY 406-433-2801

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    Welcome to the Richland County Fair!

  • Richland County FairSidney Herald Sunday, July 27, 2014 3

    By ChRis BaiLeySidney Herald

    When the Richland County Fair opens July 30, one ultra-modern facility should address some longstanding com-plaints about the quality and quantity of the restroom facilities.

    The spotless, state-of-the-art building features automated bathroom utilities, baby changing facilities for both mom and dad and private showers for those 4-H members and others who sleep overnight at the fair to care for their animals.

    The facility, which replaced an old one at the same site, stands between the Sons of Norway and 4-H booths, and it certainly reflects its $1 million price tag.

    I think it was actually a little over a

    million dollars, said Grounds Manager Sherry Sorenson in a pre-fair tour of the facility. But it is really nice. Every-thing is automated. And everything is accessible.

    The facility has dual side entries and four private shower stalls at the rear of the building that can be used by either gender. Each lockable stall features a shower, toilet and sink.

    The women have six sinks and 15 toilet stalls, said Sorenson, of the bathrooms. They also have six very large mirrors. The mens side has a long row of urinals, six sinks and four toilet stalls. Both feature automated lighting systems and state-of-the-art hand driers.

    The building is so spacious and so sparkling that it is unlikely visitors will have any complaints about the fair bath-room experience, as they once did.

    County fair provides new bathrooms

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    A new $1 million restroom and shower facility will greet Richland County fairgoers this year. It replaces an old bathroom facility between the Sons of Norway and 4-H booths. It features dual side entries, automated bathroom fixtures, four private showers and baby changing facilities in both the mens and womens portions of the building

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    Richland Fairgrounds Grounds Manager Sherry Sorenson, left, and grounds crew members Jolynne Simard, 17, center, and Tyler Sheehan, 20, all of Sidney, show off the new bathroom facility in a pre-fair tour.

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  • Richland County FairSidney Herald Sunday, July 27, 2014 5

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    The womens section features 15 toilet stalls in the new fairgrounds restroom facility.

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    The new restroom building at the fairgrounds features four private shower units, built for use by both genders. Each contains a shower, a toilet and a sink.

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    Spotless urinals stand in a lengthy row in the new mens bathroom facility at the Richland County Fairgrounds. The mens side also has four private toilet stalls.

    CHriS Bailey | Sidney Herald

    Toilet stalls are reflected in the mirrors above the six sinks in the new womens restroom at the fairgrounds.

  • Richland County Fair6 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Sidney Herald

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  • Richland County FairSidney Herald Sunday, July 27, 2014 7

    aBout the FaiRWhat began as a small community

    street fair has evolved into what is now the Richland County Fair and Rodeo entertaining 30,000 people plus year after year. The fair became official in September of 1920 and has continued to be successful in the MonDak Area ever since. As the years have gone by, new buildings constructed, new ideas formed, and board members and man-agers have come and gone the tradition still continues every year at the begin-ning of August. The Richland County Fair and Rodeo thrives to make the fair fun for all ages. There is so much to see and do; please join us July 30~Au-gust 2 and see all that is to be offered. Browse through historic pictures of the fair grounds.

    Richland County Fair Board MembersJeff Madsen, PresidentLarry Vaira, Vice PresidentChris HilleslandTami ChristensenBob Albin

    2014 Schedule Wednesday:

    6:00 am - Agriculture Building opens to accept Floriculture exhibits

    8:00 am - Judging: Agriculture, Horti-culture, & Floriculture exhibits

    8:30 am - Judging: 4-H Horse Classes

    and Showmanship

    10:00 am - 2:00 pm - All 4-H Livestock exhibits entered

    Weighing of 4-H Market Beef

    11:00 am - Fair Office opens Event Center opens

    Throughout the Day:North Star Amusements Carnival at

    4pm

    The Market Place, Exhibits, Displays, etc.

    Yampa Valley Boys; Free Act Stage 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    1:00 pm - Flag Raising Ceremony in the Oval

    Welcome to the Richland County Fair & Rodeo!July 30 ~ aug. 2, 2014

    Life's a Ride at the Richland County Fair & Rodeo

    see sCheduLe, page 9

  • Richland County Fair8 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Sidney Herald

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  • Richland County FairSidney Herald Sunday, July 27, 2014 9

    4:00 pm - Judging: 4-H Poultry

    6:00 pm -Judging: 4-H Dogs, Cats, Rabbits

    7:00 pm -Small Animal Round Robin

    7:00 - 8:00 pm - Weighing: 4-H Hogs, Sheep, & Goats

    10:00 pm - Agriculture Building closes Event Center closes

    11:00 pm - Fair Office closes

    thuRsday:Co-Op Day(Cenex Harvest States, Horizon Resources, Lower

    Yellowstone REA, Mid-Rivers Communications, Norta-na Grain, Northwest Farm Credit Services, Richland Farm Mutual Insurance,

    Richland Federal Credit Union)

    8:30 am - Judging: 4-H Livestock Judging (Swine, Sheep, Dairy, Goat)

    11:00 am - Fair Office opensAgriculture Building opensEvent Center opens

    Throughout the Day:

    North Star Amusements Carnival at 1 pm

    The Market Place, Exhibits, Displays, etc.

    The Yampa Valley Boys; Free Act Stage 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    Action Entertainment; Nascar Racing, Laser Tag, Speed Pitch, Football Toss, Basketball Hoop Shoot

    1:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    Karen Quest~ Cowgirl Tricks; Free Act Stage (Inside the Old Commercial Building)

    2:00 pm to 2:45 pm 8:00 pm to 8:45 pm

    Over The Top Stilt Characters by Karen Quest; Strolling

    4:00 pm to 4:45 pm 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm

    4:00 pm - gone - Free Root Beer Floats in the Sponsor Tent for Co-Op Day

    5:00 pm - Judging: 4-H Market Beef

    7:30 pm - PRCA Rodeo presented by Brookman Ro-deo, LLC

    ** Main Event Rodeo Sponsor~ KRAKEN OIL & GAS

    ** Military Appreciation Night

    10:00 pm - Agriculture Building closes Event Center closes

    11:00 pm - Fair Office closes

    FRiday:

    8:00 am - 4-H Showmanship (Sr./Jr.)

    11:00 am - Fair Office opens Agriculture Building opens Event Center opens Overall 4-H Grand Champ. Showmanship Contest

    (Sr./Jr.)

    Throughout the Day:North Star Amusements Carnival at 1pm

    The Market Place, Exhibits, Displays, etc.

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    Action Entertainment; Nascar Racing, Laser Tag, Speed Pitch, Football Toss, Basketball Hoop Shoot

    1:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    Karen Quest~ Cowgirl Tricks; Free Act Stage 2:00 pm to 2:45 pm 8:00 pm to 8:45 pm

    Over The Top Stilt Characters by Karen Quest; Strolling

    4:00 pm to 4:45 pm 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm

    4:00 pm - Trophy & Awards Presentation (4-H Arena)

    5:00 pm - 4-H Livestock Sale (4-H Arena)

    7:30 pm - PRCA Rodeo presented by Brookman Ro-deo, LLC

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    10:00 pm - Agriculture Building closes Event Center closes

    11:00 pm - Fair Office closes

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    Inn & Suites & Lone Tree Inn Day

    10:00 am - 4-H Member & Alumni Obstacle Course

    11:00 am - Fair Office opensAgriculture Building opensEvent Center opens

    Throughout the Day:

    North Star Amusement Carnivals at 12:00 pm (Noon)

    The Market Place, Exhibits, Displays, etc.

    The Yampa Valley Boys; Free Act Stage 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm 3:30 pm to 4:30 pm 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm

    Action Entertainment; Nascar Racing, Laser Tag, Speed Pitch, Football Toss, Basketball Hoop Shoot

    1:00 pm to 9:00 pm

    Karen Quest~ Cowgirl Tricks; Free Act Stage (Inside Old Commercial Building)

    2:00 pm to 2:45 pm 8:00 pm to 8:45 pm

    Over The Top Stilt Characters by Karen Quest; Strolling

    4:00 pm to 4:45 pm 6:00 pm to 6:45 pm

    7:30 pm - Josh Turner with special guest David Nail

    9:30 pm - Event Center closes

    Agriculture Building closes

    12:00 am - Fair Office closes

    sCheduLe: Fair weekFRom page 7

  • Richland County Fair10 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Sidney Herald

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  • Richland County FairSidney Herald Sunday, July 27, 2014 15

    Josh Turner to headlineBiLL VandeR WeeLeSidney Herald

    Two high-energy male country music perform-ers will highlight the Richland County Fair and Rodeo in 2014.

    Josh Turner and Da-vid Nail will entertain area residents with a pair of performances Aug. 2. Nail will serve as the opening act followed by Turners concert.

    Josh Turner is a well established name in country music, Jamie Larson, Richland Coun-ty Fair manager, said. David Nail is a newer performer. During the last few years, we have tried to offer a more established performer with an up-and-coming star.

    Tickets, are available, will cost the same as last year $45 for reserved and $40 for general ad-mission. The slogan for this years fair, sched-uled for July 30-Aug. 2, is Lifes a Ride at the Richland County Fair and Rodeo.

    tuRneRJosh Turner has

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    He released his fifth studio album, Punch-ing Bag in June 2012, and the album debuted at number one on the Billboard Country Al-bums Chart. The debut single, Time is Love, was number one on the best of 2012 Billboard Country Chart.

    see ConCeRt, page 16

  • Richland County Fair16 Sunday, July 27, 2014 Sidney Herald

    Turner, who sings with a strong bass voice, has been nominated for song of the year, single record of the year, vocal event of the year and male vocalist of the year.

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    Entry sheets will be accepted any time prior to 9:00 PM Sunday, July 27. Late entry sheets will not be ac-cepted.

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    The Entry schedule is as follows:

    Sunday, July 27, 2014

    Agriculture Building open to receive Community Booth Backdrops from 5 PM to 8 PM.

    Pre-registry of entries closes for ALL departments at 9 PM

    Monday, July 28, 2014

    All departments, except Floriculture will be open to receive entries from 6 PM to 8 PM at the Agriculture Building

    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Agriculture Building will be open to receive entries from 7 AM to 11:30 AM

    Communities may set up their booths from 7 AM until the building closes at 8 PM

    Judging will begin for Culinary, Needlework, Fine Arts & Crafts and Photography at 1 PM

    We will continue to receive entries for Agriculture & Horticulture until the building closes at 8 PM

    Floriculture will receive entries from 5 PM to 8 PM

    Wednesday, July 30, 2014- OPENING DAY OF FAIR

    Agriculture Building will be open at 6 AM

    Floriculture will receive entries from 6 AM until 7:30 AM

    Judging to begin for Agriculture & Horticulture and Floriculture at 8 AM

    Flag Raising Ceremony at 1 PM

    Ribbons for Community Booths will be in place the morning of Thursday, July 31.

    Premiums will be paid Thursday thru Saturday in the Agriculture Building

    from 3 PM until 6:30 PM daily.

    NO PREMIUMS WILL BE PAID OUT ON SUNDAY, August 3!!!

    Premiums can be picked up at the fair office, DUR-ING REGULAR OFFICE HOURS up to

    10 business days after the fairAugust 15, 2014.

    Entry pick up is on Sunday, August 3 between the hours of 9 AM and 12 PM (noon)

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    Food vendors huge part of the fair

    2014 Food VendoR List

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    Burlys Kettle Corn (Local)- Italian Ice, Kettle Corn

    Crazy Train Express (Travel) Burritos, Fried Pickles, Traveling Taco, Nachos, Indian Taco, Pretzels with Cheese, French Fries, Tea, Lemonade, Bottled Water

    Dippin Dots (Travel) - Dippin Dots Ice Cream, Bottled Water, Pop

    Mini Brewster (Local) Mini Donuts, Espresso Cof-fees

    Honolulu Ice & Bean (Travel) - Shaved Ice

    Lonsdale UMC (Local) Hamburgers, Hot dogs, Pies, Ice Cream, Pop

    Pella Lutheran (Local) - Hamburgers, Cheeseburg-

    ers, Hotdogs, Grilled Cheese Sandwiches, BBQ Beef, Baked Beans, Pie and Ice Cream, Pop, Bottled Water, Coffee, Pepsi Float, Iced Tea

    R.C. 4-H Council (Local) BBQ Beef Sandwich, Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Hot Dog, Chicken Sand-wich, Chicken Wrap, French Fries, Loaded Baked Po-tato, Chips, Pie, Ice Cream, Cinnamon/Carmel Rolls, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Water, Pop, Iced Tea, Lemonade. Breakfast: Hotcakes, Eggs, Toast, Sausage, Biscuits/Gravy, Rolls, Burrito

    Richland Hockey (Local) - Fleisch Kuechle, Funnel Cakes, Hand-Dipped Ice Cream Bars, Pop, Lemonade, Water

    Sharons Deli & Catering (Travel) Indian Taco, Su-per Nachos, Chicken Strips, Mini Corndogs, Frybread, Fries, Cheesy or Chili Fries, Super Dog, Hot Dog, Pol-ish Dog, Pop, Water, Lemonade, Iced Tea

    Sidney Baseball (Local) Hamburger, Cheeseburger, Baseball Burger, French Fries, Grilled Cheese, Grilled Ham & Cheese, Shrimp, Ice Cream, Coolers, Lemon-ade, Tea, Coffee, Pop,

    Sons of Norway (Local) - Norske, Vikings, Hot Dogs, Water, Coffee, Iced Tea, Pop, Lemonade

    St. Matthews Church (Local) - Pizza by the Slice (1/4 Pizza), Pop, Water

    The Main Link (Travel) - Homemade Bratwursts, German Dogs, Cheddar Dogs, Polish Dogs, Prairie Fire, Hot Dogs, Iced Tea, Pop, Lemonade, Water

    Torgersons (Local) - Mini Donuts, Pop, Water, Lem-onade, Cherry Limeaide

    Wrestling Boosters (Local) Pulled Pork Sand-wiches, Pulled Pork Nachos, Pizza Sticks, Corn Dogs, Gems, Fudge Bars, Eagle Special: Gems with Pulled Pork, Pop, Lemonade, Iced Tea

    Yadons Yummies (Local) - Nachos, Super Nachos, Corndogs, Hotdogs, Popcorn Chicken, Shaved Ice, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade, Pop

    Please note: The carnival brings food wagons. Food can only be served from our food row. We dont allow food stands in the barn areas or commercial areas.

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    By Jeanie siggaaRdSidney Herald

    Nothing brings a small town to its knees like the death of a child. The effects of such a tragedy radiate outward from the family, across the communi-ty, in much the same way water ripples across a pond after a stone is thrown. Chances are, if you dont know the family personally, you know someone who does. All, in one way or another, share in the grief. The same heartbreak draws a com-munity closer and allows them the opportunity to participate together in healing.

    Evidence of a community uniting together over just such a tragedy is the 4-H steer, donated by the Steppler Ranch, in memory of Brodie Gorder. Brodie passed away last year as a result of injuries sustained in an ATV accident.

    Its a way to give back some of what others did for us when we went through some things, says Verlin Steppler. The steer will be sold at the 4-H auction during the Richland County Fair, with proceeds going to the Brodie Gorder Memorial Scholarship Fund.

    Shane Gorder, Brodies fa-ther says, This is not all about

    Brodie. We have lost a lot of young people in this commu-nity. I want to remind people about the others, to carry on their memories, so they are not

    forgotten.Shane and wife Lisa are con-

    sidering several different ways the funds can be used to help kids in the community. We would like to help youth, ages 8-9, get started in 4-H.

    Shane is not alone. The par-ticipation of area residents in a recent fun run/walk organized by Sidney Wrestling Coach, Guy Melby, in memory of Brodie, illustrates the willing-ness of our community to join together in remembering the contributions of its youngest members.

    Brodie left an indelible stamp on his family and friends in

    his short life. His favorite sport was wrestling and he was a member of the Sidney Wrestling Club from age three, becoming an accomplished wrestler. He was also a member of the Forever Buds 4-H club.

    One time Brodie was break-ing his steer and it got away from him, relates Shane. He came to me and said he didnt think he could hold onto it. I told him the steer was like all those nationally ranked kids he wrestled against and won. That steer didnt know what he was capable of. What I want people to remember about Brodie is his smile and his strength.

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    Community pulls together, after tragic loss

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    Brodie Gorder proudly shows his market steer last year.

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    Exhibits featured in4-H building

    The 4-H exhibit building this year will have a vast display of projects completed by Richland County 4-H members.

    In the 4-H program, area young people have the op-portunity to partake in projects that enhance impor-tant life skills. As 4-H in the nation continues to grow 4-H projects are becoming more diverse.

    The projects that youth can now enroll in include projects from sewing to sport fishing, cooking to skate boarding, and woodworking to robotics.

    The 4-H exhibits will be on display from Wednesday at noon to the conclusion of the fair on Saturday.

    Organizers would like to invite everyone to stop by and take some time to enjoy the exhibits that Rich-land County youth have completed this past year.

    Tuesday, July 29, 20149:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. - Indoor Interview Exhibit Judg-

    ing10:00 p.m.- Deadline for all 4-H Horse entries11:30 a.m. - Judging of 4-H Horse - Showmanship,

    Western, Ranch, Mini & Driving classes(Sidney Saddle Club Arena)

    Wednesday, July 30, 20148:30 a.m.- Judging of 4-H Horse - Bareback, English,

    Reining, Jr Horse English & Western,Trail, Colt to Maturity & Greenbroke11:30 p.m. - 4-H Food Booth opens10:00 - 2:00 p.m. - All Livestock entered4:00 p.m. - Judging of Poultry6:00 p.m.- Judging of Dogs, Cats, & Rabbits7:00 p.m. Small Animal Round Robin7:00 - 8:00 p.m.- Weighing of Market Goat, Hog &

    Sheep

    Thursday, July 31, 20148:30 a.m.- 4-H livestock judging (swine, sheep, dairy

    and goat)5:00 p.m.- Judging of 4-H Market Beef

    Friday, August 1, 20148:00 a.m.- 4-H Showmanship (Sr. and Jr.)11:00 a.m.- Overall Grand Champion Showmanship

    Contest (Sr. and Jr.)4:00 p.m.- Trophy and Awards presentation (4-H

    Arena)5:00 p.m.- 4-H Livestock Sale (4-H Arena)

    Saturday, August 2, 201410:00 a.m. - Member & Alumni obstacle course6:00 p.m.- Check out of 4-H horse exhibitsSunday, August 3, 20147:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.- Check out of all 4-H exhibits,

    including livestock

    The 4-H program in Richland County has been growing. With all the growth in the 4-H program, the livestock barns at the fair will be full of exciting exhibits for people of all ages.

    In addition the market livestock program will be holding their annual sale on Friday at 5 p.m. at the 4-H arena.

    The sale will be following the 4-H award ceremony start-ing at 4 p.m.

    All are welcome to attend these fun and entertaining events to support the Richland County 4-H members and program.

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    Top photo, Rachael Oliver shows off her grand champion steer.Left photo, 4-H youth watches the judge during the market sheep show.

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    Jeannie siggaaRdSidney Herald

    Made in America. The label can be difficult to find these days, unless you know where to look.

    One place you will find it is at the Richland County Fair and Rodeo. Check inside the Event Center and find the West Bend Cookware booth. This will be their eighth year at the RCFR.

    The company was started by Bernhardt C. Ziegler, in West Bend Wis., when the local pocketbook manufacturing company burned down. As a result, many resi-dents were unemployed. Young Ziegler and six other men contributed $1,000 each to incorporate the company they named West Bend Aluminum Company, on Sept. 27, 1911. They rented an old button factory for $8.50 a month and began manufacturing their first products; four saucepans in differing sizes, a frying pan, a pie pan, and a water dipper. By 1920, sales exceeded the million dollar mark.

    In 1921, a salesman suggested a new product, the Waterless Cooker. It was pro-moted as a utensil for cooking an entire meal using one pot. With the success of the Waterless Cooker, marketed by house-to-house salesmen on commission, a complete line of cookware including roasters, saucepans, and skillets, all designed to cook

    without the use of water, was added in 1932.World War II in 1941, and the Korean War in 1950 threatened West Bends pro-

    duction by restricting the use of aluminum and other metals to military use only. However, with defense contracts to produce cartridge cases, powder tanks, gas mask canisters, and three hundred other items, the production facility continued to operate.

    West Bend continued to add to its line of cookware, but dropped the retail portion in 1982, continuing to manufacture cookware for distributors and door-to-door sales. In 1983, it acquired the rights to the Total Gym exercise products, along with other fitness companies, and by 1985, had an estimated annual sales volume of $200 million.

    While West Bend continued adding to its product line, the company ignored conventional practices of the day and increased the manufacturing of its products domestically, rather than overseas. The main manufacturing facility, while no lon-ger housed in the old button factory, remains in West Bend.

    Josh will be the capable chef at the booth this year. He has been demonstrating West Bend products for fourteen years, and can cook a complete chicken dinner in 12 minutes. Chairs are provided, so take a few minutes to relax and watch a demon-stration. Dont leave without getting a free sample of Joshs cooking.

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    Fair attendees stop at different vendor booths in the Event Center.

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    Jeanie SiggaardSidney Herald

    Nesha Lange is an entrepreneur, although I suspect she would balk at referring to herself as such. She began selling rugs in 1996, when a woman in Wiscon-sin contacted her with an opportunity to market rugs made from baling twine.

    I told her I would have to try the product out first, make sure it lasts, said Lange. I dont sell anything I havent tried myself. Lange says a rug she has used outdoors for ten years is still in good condition.

    Lange attends several vendor shows each year, in-cluding one in Las Vegas, and enjoys the opportunity for travel. Besides setting up a booth at Sidneys Sun-rise Festival of the Arts and the Richland County Fair and Rodeo, Lange takes her rugs on the road to North and South Dakota, Wyoming, Washington, Oregon,

    and Minnesota.I have met a lot of different people, made friends

    and had lots of fun, she says, listing the perks of traveling for business.

    She has a well-deserved, good reputation and occa-sionally is asked to try out different designs by the rug company to see how they sell, but she says she knows the market.

    Wildlife, western, and plain rugs are best sellers around this area.

    Lange taught school for 30 years, going to vendor shows on weekends. It was a tough schedule. When she felt the time was right, she retired from teaching at age 60, and committed to selling the baling twine rugs full time. Although she sometimes misses teaching, she enjoys being her own boss and wishes more young people would take advantage of the opportunity.

    Even with all the positives, Lange hopes to retire

    from the rug business by the end of the year. The rugs are getting to be too much to lift and haul. They are very heavy. she says.

    However, if you think this country girl is going to settle down, put her feet up, and relax at the tender age of 74, youre wrong. We own a ranch and I do what needs to be done. I help fix fences, cook the noon meal; whatever needs to be done. During branding, I prepare meals for an average of 120 people.

    Since 1975, Lange has also been keeping several scrapbooks about the community of Savage up-to-date for the Booster Club, as well as her children and grandchildren. Lots of history there, she says. Someone needs to keep track.

    So, dont relegate this septuagenarian to the rocking chair just yet. Instead, stop by her booth in the Event Center, during the Richland County Fair and Rodeo and say Hi.

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    A rare artistic style that has been a great part of the Richland County Fairs history may slowly be drifting away unless some residents step up to the plate.

    Lucy Lovec, member of the Crane communitys project, has told fair officials that Crane is considering not providing a seed picture for this years county fair. Jamie Larson, fair man-ager, said two communities besides Crane have stopped creating the unique artwork during her nine years as fair manager. The only communities still entering seed pictures are Fairview, Savage and Ridge Lawn as well as

    Crane.They take a lot of time to make,

    Lovec told the Herald. Its too bad that its now dwindling. Hopefully, it keeps going on.

    Lovec said people are so busy and its tough for them to find time to work on the seed pictures.

    Margaret Bradley, member of the Ridge Lawn group, said the community will have a seed picture again this Au-gust. The community has between 5-10 people help with the project.

    Were doing ours. Ridge Lawn will have a seed picture, Bradley said. Were not giving up yet.

    She notes that while working on the seed picture, it isnt important in order to earn ribbons, but its important for residents to share time together. Were in it for the fellowship. Bradley said Ridge Lawn usually starts working on the project in her basement on about July 1. Were saying we will start earlier, but you know how that goes. The work performed is done in a very relaxed atmosphere. People come and go as they please. She hopes the tradi-tion continues for years to come. If we quit, we wont ever start it again.

    The Savage and Fairview communi-ties are still fortunate enough to have fairly large groups working on their projects.

    The Fairview group usually has between 7-15 members working on the annual project.

    Savage, meanwhile, has about 14-15 residents work on their seed picture project starting shortly after July 4.

    We really cant complain, we have a good group,

    Linda Conradsen, Savage, said.Conradsen added that even grand-

    children get involved by pasting seeds during the production in her garage.

    Whoever wants to come, they come, Conradsen said. Its a good setting. She is nervous, however, how long the tradition will last. After were gone, I

    dont know if it will con-tinue, Con-radsen said. That would be unfortu-nate.

    In Crane, the tradi-tion may be coming to an end unless some more people get involved with the project. The question is whether we can get enough help, Lovec said. Its dwin-dling to a few.

    Lovec noted a person doesnt have to actually live in Crane to help with the commu-nitys seed picture.

    You can go to any commu-nity that you want, Bradley added.

    The hope is that visitors of the fair will be able to enjoy the beautiful seed pictures for years to come. To me, its

    interesting tofind all the colors of seeds to go in particular areas, Lovec said. I like the textures of the different seeds. Seeds come from a wide variety of

    crops including wheat, barley, safflower and corn as well as flowers. I think its really a form of art to put it together, Larson said.

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    Fairview Community booth from last year.

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    When the Richland County Fair and Rodeo begins Wednesday, North StarA-musements will be returning to enter-tain fair-goers who cant wait for the carnival portion of the fair.

    Among the larger rides expected are the Zipper, Kamikaze and Expo Wheel,

    which is similar to a Ferris Wheel.Cost for the one price ticket will still

    be $20. The company is scheduled to arrive in Sidney the Monday prior to the fair. Rides will open at 4 p.m. the Wednesday of the fair.

    North Star Amusements is based out of Billings and Cody, Wyo. Carnivals that North Star will serve this summer include those in Missoula, Kalispell and Helena.

    Fair officials have said in the past that its a challenge to land carnivals for this part of the country because there arent a lot of carnivals that serve the area, partly because of the cost of fuel and insurance.

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    By ashLey haRRisSidney Herald

    After surviving breast cancer, California resident Terry Wheatley created a new campaign to raise funds for breast cancer research. With a history of breast cancer throughout her family, Wheatley felt a very strong need to somehow take action, as she ex-plains on the campaigns website, www.toughenough-towearpink.com.

    After toying with a few different ideas, she came up with one that will make a bold statement. With her husband and son both involved in the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, she thought, What if, on one night of rodeos greatest spectacle, the competitors could be convinced to wear pink shirts?

    In 2004, shortly after undergoing breast cancer surgery and just before the WNFR in Las Vegas, Wheatley set out to see if this was at all possible.

    After getting in touch with Karl Stress-man, the director of special events for Wrangler, Wheatleys idea was coming together. Wrangler had pink shirts in the line-up for the following years production line. Following a few calls, Stressman arranged to have 200 shirts rushed to the finals just in time for the event.

    The next step was getting the cowboys to wear pink, which was put into the hands of Wheatleys son, Wade.

    The night of the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, in

    2004, began what we now know as the Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign. As the arena filled with pink, the campaign began spreading the message of Breast Cancer Awareness.

    Since its inception in 2004, the Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign has raised more than $14.5 million toward breast cancer research. These

    funds are raised through various events all over the country, one of which is the annual Richland County Fair and Rodeo.

    In 2006, at the Professional Rodeo Cowboy Asso-

    ciation convention, the idea of bringing the Tough Enough to Wear Pink campaign to Sidney was brought up. The following summer it was all put in to place. The Richland County Fair & Rodeo in 2007 raised $1,406 for breast cancer research. In the begin-ning there were a few changes with the sponsors, but for the last four years the sponsors have remained the same, Mitchells Oilfield, Blue Rock Distributing and

    The Lucky Buckle. The sponsors each donate $1 for every rodeo attendee that is dressed in pink, with three sponsors that adds up

    pretty quick when you get around 1,500 attendees. All the money sponsored at the fair goes to the Montana Comprehensive Cancer Control Program and remains local.

    Not only do attendees have an opportu-nity to support breast cancer research on a local level, but also on a national level. Tough Enough to Wear Pink also has their own apparel line, which they make no money on. All profits are donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation.

    The Tough Enough to Wear Pink apparel is available locally at The Lucky Buckle, as

    well as at their vendor booth at the fair.This years Tough Enough to Wear Pink

    event will be Friday night beginning at 7:30 p.m. Tick-ets purchased the week of the fair cost $12 for adults, $5 for children 6-12 and free for 5 and under.

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    By susan miniChieLLoSidney Herald

    Although the Richland Coun-ty Fair and Rodeo is an annual, four-day event, planning it is a year round job.

    People dont think it is, but it is, Jamie Larson, fair man-ager, said.

    Planning for fair evening en-tertainment begins in Septem-ber, about 10 months before the event. The free, daily entertain-ment, which Larson said is popular among residents, has to be booked at least two years in advance.

    Alongside stage entertain-ment, other parts of the fair the carnival, the open class, the 4-H showmanship, the food vendors also have to be coor-dinated.

    It wasnt a full time job when I started because we didnt have the Events Center, Larson said. Now that we have the Events Center, its a whole different deal.

    In November, Larson attends the Rocky Mountain Associa-tion of Fairs convention, of which 100 different fairs in the region are associated with. The convention is mostly attended by county commissioners, fair board members and fair

    managers. At the convention, Larson networks with other members and finds jugglers and stilt walkers for the fair.

    Last year, the Richland County Fair and Rodeo had around 30,000 people in atten-dance over the course of four days. The countys population is estimated at around 10,000 in the last census.

    For Sidney, being a smaller town, we draw a lot of people. As long as the weather holds, were good, said Larson, who has served as the fair manager for the last nine years. Rich-land County pride is in her blood. She was born in Sidney,

    graduated from Sidney High School in 1999, lived in Billings for seven years, then moved back to Sidney, where shes been since.

    The first Richland County Fair took place in 1920, and Larson said in 2020, whether shes still the fair manager then or not, there will defi-nitely be a big, big celebration for 100 years.

    Larson also served on the Richland County centennial committee. The committee took two years to plan centennial weekend, which took place last month.

    When Larson first began serving on the centennial committee, other committee members suggested having the centennial celebrations take place the same weekend as

    the fair to combine the events. Larson was firmly against that, noting that while the fair and the centennial both are enter-tainment events celebrating Richland County in one way or another, they are still two separate events.

    The fair was much smaller in 1920. Larson described it as more like a street fair with an outdoor vegetable market, along with horse racing. In the last century, the fair has evolved to include more variety of activities which reflect local culture and community.

    Its just been a tradition for so long. People look forward to it, Larson said. Its a big deal around here.

    In addition to Larson, Sherry Sorenson, grounds manager, is also a year round employee. In the summer, they have an office staff and grounds crew come in.

    Larson credits the fairs an-nual success to support from the county commissioners each year, and support from commu-nity members and volunteers.

    At any age, whether its the older generation or the young-er generation, everybody seems to come together very well, Larson said. And thats how the fair is.

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    Brookman Rodeo and Company return again to the Richland County Fair and Rodeo to provide a growing audience a blast of entertainment and fun.

    Dave and Cathy Wieferich, owners of Brookman Rodeo Company, say theyre excited for a full rodeo schedule. Everythings looking to be pretty good, Dave Wieferich said. Weve got a ton of entries.

    Womens barrel racing, and mens bareback riding, steer wrestling, saddle bronc riding, tie-down roping, team roping and, of course, the

    finale, bull riding, are set to highlight Thursday and Friday nights in front of whats expected to be record-breaking attendance.

    In the back drop providing commentary is Jody Carper, a new announcer all the way from California whose experience includes announcing the Dodge Circuit Rodeo Finals.

    More than 280 competitors will take the stage, more

    than last year.Brookman Rodeo, aside from running the show, is

    in its fifth year serving as stock contractor, a duty that theyll perform through 2014.

    According to the website, Brookman-Hyland Rodeo was started by the late Marvin Brookman in the early 1950s. He put a herd of horses together while working with his father on the ABCs.

    He had two daughters, Reita and Cleita. His daugh-ter Reita married Jim Reinhart, and together they worked on the ranch and helped out with the rodeo business. Reita Reinhart timed rodeos and was active in the business until the time of her death in May 2007. Jim continues to reside at the ranch and helps behind the scenes for Brookman-Hyland Rodeo. Their daughter, Cathy, and husband, Dave Wieferich, took over the reins managing the rodeo company when Brookman suffered a stroke in July 2002. Three years

    later Brookman was inducted into the Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame in ColoradoSprings, Colo. He passed away in January 2006.

    The Wieferich couple now continues the quality bloodlines in addition toproviding sound production and working other areas of the rodeo to make it great family entertainment.

    Dave Wieferich says hes excited for this years rodeo. Its my hometown. The people. The fair. All the fair guys do well and work so hard. Its good even just to be part of it, he said.

    The PRCA rodeo is Thursday, which is Military Ap-preciation Night, and Friday, Tough Enough To Wear Pink Night. The rodeo begins at 7:30 p.m. each night.

    Rodeo action scheduled for Thursday, Friday Ac-tion from last years rodeo held during the Richland County Fair and Rodeo. A participant rides to a good score at last years rodeo.

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