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MINNESOTA STATE FAIR

Hayden Lennes, 12, of Alexandria, is one of 16 recipients who received a $500 grant
The 100-year anniversary of the Cattle Barn, which has around 1,000 head of cattle inside throughout the fair each year, was celebrated this year after last year's fair was cancelled.
This year’s Princess Kay of the Milky Way comes from Litchfield and represents Meeker County. Anna Euerle, 19, was crowned Aug. 25 at the Minnesota State Fairgrounds and will serve as the goodwill ambassador for the 2,500 dairy farm families in the state. She’ll also get her head carved out of butter.
Pronto Pups, cheese curds and Sweet Martha's chocolate chip cookies were passed through windows by masked workers at a food-centric variation on the Great Minnesota Get Together.

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Donors allow 4-H livestock scholarships go on in Minnesota, despite pandemic cancellation of state and county fairs.
The news came as the state reported its highest jump in COVID-19 related fatalities to date.
The discussion comes as the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths grows in Minnesota.
Possibility of virus infecting fairgoers might be too great for The Great Minnesota Get-Together
Amy Kyllo, of Byron, took home the title Wednesday night in St. Paul.
After Daniella Lima posted the picture with her two sisters, brother-in-law and niece at the Minnesota State Fair she mostly forgot she'd attached the #MNBaconPlease hashtag.

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FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. -- Minnesota State Fair organizers are calling the 2018 Fair "the best ever" after final Labor Day figures broke the overall attendance record with 2,046,533 passing through the gates. The previous record of 1,997,320 was se...
FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn.--Here's something to crow about: It's not all about fancy feathers in the Poultry Barn; the Minnesota State Fair even rewards the state's most vociferous roosters.

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