Small Fair makes a big SPLASH

Whether dunking Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn, or checking out other venues there was a lot going on during the fair. HERALD/Brad Mosher

 

 

 

Whether dunking Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn, or checking out other venues there was a lot going on during the fair. HERALD/Brad Mosher
Whether dunking Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn, or checking out other venues there was a lot going on during the fair. HERALD/Brad Mosher

Staff Report

Dunn County may be small in population compared to other North Dakota counties, but made a big splash over the weekend with two nights of rodeos in the new Killdeer Rodeo Arena, softball tournaments, 5-kilometer fun runs, free concerts, a Fish Fry, free meals and even a chance to dunk the county sheriff.
But one of the most popular events was the annual Mud Volleyball tournament when keeping the games going in the mud sometimes seemed more important than the score.
Even during the clean up at the old rodeo arena location next to the High Plains Community Center, the muddy participants made the event fun as they

Mud bath in the Mud Volleyball court in Killdeer.

used a fire house to clean the mud off thems

elves and the equipment.

Mud bath in the Mud Volleyball court in Killdeer.
If people were seeing cowboys at a rodeo at sunset,it was because there was a lot going on during the Dunn County Fair. HERALD/Brad Mosher
Whether dunking Dunn County Sheriff Gary Kuhn, or checking out other venues there was a lot going on during the fair. HERALD/Brad Mosher

Mud bath in the Mud Volleyball court in Killdeer.
Mud bath in the Mud Volleyball court in Killdeer.

 


Share this post



Post Comment