August 23, 2017
Eric Young/Ogemaw County Herald
Clint Bonnell, 2, of West Branch smiles as he enjoys a ride on a four wheeler.
The Ogemaw County Fair came to a close Saturday after another week of activities for county residents and those who traveled from afar. Saturday gave attendees one last chance to enjoy the many different parts of the fair in beautiful weather. Some local talent competed in the Amateur Talent Search, and the evening closed out with the mud bog at the grandstands.
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