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North Central Missouri Fair Demo Derby Results

Large Cars Class -
1. Mason Larson, Laredo
2. David Reeves, Excelsior Springs
3. Justin Wirsig, Hardin
Compact Cars Class -
1. Randy Vossmer, Leavenworth, KS
2. Joseph Dickey, Leavenworth, KS
3. Melissa Harris, Lansing, KS
Powder Puff Class -
1. Melissa Harris, Lansing, KS

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ATVs Take Center Stage Friday Night

The Grandstand entertainment at the North Central Missouri Fair on Friday night was ATV races. Several riders were in action, competing in 12 different classes. Results from the night were as follows:
ATV Kids 71cc & Under -
1. Gavin Roeder
2. Brice Gibler
3. Wade Houser
ATV Kids 71-110 cc -
1. Brice Gibler
2. Gavin Roeder
3. Rudy Yutzy
ATV Beginner -
1. Michael Bertrand
2. Scott Robinson

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Arm Wrestlers Compete At Grandstand

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey Arm wrestlers battle it out during the North Central Missouri Fair Saturday afternoon at the grandstand.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Arm wrestlers battle it out during the North Central Missouri Fair Saturday afternoon at the grandstand.

A large crowd was on hand to watch arm wrestling competition held on Saturday afternoon at the North Central Missouri Fairgrounds.
There were prizes awarded to the top three winners in each of eight categories. The winners included:
0 to 165 lbs, left hand – 1. Tim Clem of Lenexa, KS;

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Shelby Lowrey Is NCM Fair Queen

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey  Shelby Lowrey of Laredo, center, was named the 2014 North Central Missouri Fair Queen on Tuesday night. The first runner-up was Shania Anderson of Trenton, left, while Blaire Todd of Helena, right, was named the second runner-up.

R-T Photo/Diane Lowrey
Shelby Lowrey of Laredo, center, was named the 2014 North Central Missouri Fair Queen on Tuesday night. The first runner-up was Shania Anderson of Trenton, left, while Blaire Todd of Helena, right, was named the second runner-up.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig Jerry Berry and his dog, Oreo, captured two trophies during Tuesday night’s North Central Missour Fair, collecting the prize for the Most Unusual Horsedrawn Vehicle as well as the Best Dressed Horse and Rider, Male.

R-T Photo/Ronda Lickteig
Jerry Berry and his dog, Oreo, captured two trophies during Tuesday night’s North Central Missour Fair, collecting the prize for the Most Unusual Horsedrawn Vehicle as well

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Arm Wrestling Tournament Part of NCM Fair

An arm wrestling tournament will be part of this year’s North Central Missouri Fair.
The event will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 2 at the grandstand. Participants must be 16 years of age and those under 18 must have a parent sign a waiver, with all participants asked to sign a waiver. Weight classes are 0 to 165 pounds, 166 to 195 pounds, 196 to 225 pounds

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Five Seek Fair NCM Queen Title

Shelby Lowrey

Shelby Lowrey

Blaine Todd

Blaine Todd

Shania Anderson

Shania Anderson

Kaitlin Tait

Kaitlin Tait

Emily Torrey

Emily Torrey

Five area women will be vying for the title of 2014 North Central Missouri Fair Queen, with the winner to be announced during coronation ceremonies on Tuesday, July 29.
Shelby Lowrey of Laredo, Blaine Todd of Helena, Shania Anderson of Trenton, Kaitlin Tait of Maysville and Emily Torrey of Humphreys will compete in the areas of interview, talent and evening

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NCMC Graduate To Speak At Ceremonies

Don Sipes

Don Sipes

Don Sipes, vice president for regional services for Saint Luke’s Health System and chief executive officer for Saint Luke’s North Hospital-Smithville, will provide the commencement address at North Central Missouri College’s afternoon ceremony on Saturday, May 10.
North Central will host two commencement ceremonies on May 10 as ever-increasing numbers of graduates have prompted the college to move to two events. The afternoon ceremony will focus on allied

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NCMC Trustees Hear About MoManufacturingWINS Programs

Trustees at North Central Missouri College learned about three programs being offered through the MoManufacturingWINS Grant during a meeting held Tuesday evening on the campus.
Jason Helton, who oversees the program at NCMC, presented information on the manufacturing skills certificate and industrial maintenance skills certificate programs, as well as a welding certificate program. The short-term (basically one semester), accelerated technical training provides skills training and education that leads to industry-based

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Dairy, Rabbit, Poultry Judging At NCM Fair

Dairy, poultry and rabbits were judged during the North Central Missouri Fair on Thursday.
Dairy Show
Numbers in the dairy show were down from last year, but a nice assortment of cattle was judged by local dairyman Alex Peterson.
Derrek Hardy of Browning had both the supreme and reserve champion cow. His sister, Tawnya, was named the senior showman while Amy McLaughlin of Unionville earned junior showmanship honors.
Ribbons went

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