May 23, 2015

Medina
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Medina County Senior Fair Results — Goats

French Alpine Does in Milk, 2 and under 3 – – Jacob Copelin – – Tammy Fink – – Tammy Fink – – Bruce A Franks – – Bruce A Franks – – Bruce A Franks Does in milk, 3 and under 4 – – Tammy Fink – – Bruce A Franks – – Bruce Read More…

Our listing of Medina County Junior Fair results for 2014

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2014 Junior Fair Winners (Click on category to download and view results) 1. Beef 2. Dairy 3. Dairy beef 4. Dogs 5. Goats 6. Pygmy goats 7. Horses 8. Poultry 9. Rabbit 10. Sheep 11. Swine 12. Small pets and companion animals 13. Family & consumer science projects 14. Still exhibits 15. Public speaking 16. Read More…

PHOTOS: A look at Medina County Fair week as it comes to a close

Multicolored lights sparkle on the food wagons at the Medina Fair Friday night. (ALEC SMITH / GAZETTE)

The Medina County Fair ended Sunday, but the memories live on. Here’s some photos from the festivities.

Rain soaks fair attendance for 10K drop from last year

Fairgoers on the “kite flying” ride get a bird’s eye view of a stunning sunset Friday. (ALEC SMITH / GAZETTE)

The Band Perry giveth, but the rain taketh away. Medina County fair board members are blaming cold rainy weather for lower admittance numbers for the fair this year. Fair director Dave Bertram said attendance figures for Sunday, the last day of the fair, aren’t in yet. But he expected the final tally to be down Read More…

Sole rider to best the bull wins event at Medina County Fair

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Eight seconds on the bull is all Brandon Davis, of Lodi, needed to qualify for the first round. “It felt like an eternity,” said Davis, the champion bull rider of Sunday’s competition put on by Buckin’ Ohio at the Medina County Fair. Davis took the lead after the first qualification round with 82.5 points out Read More…

School’s out but the superintendent is going in the drink

Katie Wilkinson, 10, of Wadsworth, tries to sink her school superintendent Andy Hill Friday during a picnic at the Soprema Senior Center, 617 School Drive, Wadsworth, in celebration of the bicentennial. KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE

WADSWORTH — It’s not an opportunity many students get, but Friday morning 10-year-old Katie Wilkinson was able to dunk her school’s superintendent in a tank of water. After a few pitches, Andy Hill, superintendent of Wadsworth City Schools, splashed into the dunk tank at a bicentennial picnic Friday at Soprema Senior Center, 617 School Drive. Read More…

Gazette reporters sample favorite fair foods

Gazette reporter Nick Glunt takes his final bites of a “porktato” prepared by Bam Bam’s Backyard BBQ at the Medina County Fair. The dish is a baked potato filled with bacon bits, shredded cheese, a scoop each of sour cream and butter, and topped with pulled pork and barbecue sauce.  LOREN GENSON / GAZETTE

There exists a place where the dough is fried to perfection and the veggies are anything but healthy. It’s a place where almost every food stand is a Mecca for grease and sweets, and visitors can gorge themselves without fear of humiliation or embarrassment. That place is the county fair. Ever since I was a Read More…

The Band Perry headlines Medina County Fair

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Trish Tonjes had tickets to go see The Band Perry at the Medina County Fair on Thursday night, but that morning The Band Perry came to see her. Tonjes got a call Friday morning from a public relations representative asking if the band members could work out at her gym, Edge Fitness Center, 919 N. Read More…

Wissel brothers have solid night at Medina County Fair motocross race

Harley Lucas (62) and Chase Witmer battle it out in the last turn of the Schoolboy race during the motocross at the Medina County Fair. Lucas went on to win the race. (RON SCHWANE / GAZETTE)

MEDINA — It was a tale of different levels of competition for the Wissel brothers in their motocross races Tuesday at the Medina County Fair. The Medina 15-year-olds finished one-two in their first Super Mini bike race, with Tyler coming in ahead of Ryan. But the brothers’ second race showed a different result, as they Read More…

Joey Hughes Trio wins Battle of the Bands at Medina County Fair

Evan Graham, Medina, plays guitar as Chase Johanson, Medina, sings Wednesday afternoon during a Battle of the Bands competition at the Medina County Fair. (KATIE ANDERSON / GAZETTE)

Young musicians got their first taste of fame during the annual Battle of the Bands at the Medina County Fair. Winning the $500 prize for first place was the Joey Hughes Trio. Second place, along with $200, went to Walking in Circles. Th3 Royal Skam took third place and will receive $100. A total of Read More…