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ProStock Tractor Pull Shootout Puts Washington MO On The Map

Pictured with Dennis Schnitker, champoin of the 10,000 pound Pro Stock Shootout; on left is Fair Board Chairman Allan Behr and Tractor Pull Chairman Lester Holdmeyer.

Exculsive story you will only read on QuickNewsNow.com and below you can watch the "Shootout".  By Kyle Quick

Washington, Mo. - After Last year's first ever "Shootout" in the history of tractor pulling, Lester Holdmeyer told QuickNewsNow, "I hope this grows and I think by word of mouth among pullers they will say, "You have to come to Washington, Mo."

Washington Town and Country Fair Field Class and Gateway Tractor Pull Results

By Kaylin Bade. 
Pictured left, Bryahna Steinbeck, New Haven.


Washington, Mo.
- Out of the Field Farm Class Tractor Pullers put on a great show yesterday at the Washington Town and Country Fair, despite the rain. 

Classes kicked off close to normal start time and with two tracks running, the classes went quickly. 

Results for the Field Class and Gateway Associations are as follows.

Justin Moore Lights Up Pepsi Main Stage With Dedication To His Late Grandfather

Watch Justin Moore light up the Pepsi Main Stage, singing "If Heaven Wasn't So Far Away."

Washington, Mo. - While covering events such as last night's breathtaking Justin Moore concert, Quick News is privileged, thanks to the wonderful Washington T&C Fair Staff and Justin Moore, to take photos and shoot video up close and personal at the stage.

Because we are given the opportunity to get closer to entertainers than anyone else, our team took nearly 1,000 photos of Justin Moore and fans last night for one reason; that reason is you, our readers.

Thomas Ley Named Junior Showmanship Champion And Emma Liermann Milk Auction Grand Champion

Pictured is a very excited Thomas Ley (New Haven 4-H) with Judge Larry Kleiner after being named Showmanship Champion in the Junior Division.

By Kyle Quick

Washington, Mo. - After a long morning of the Dairy Class Judging, Larry Kleiner, Show Judge, made his selections this afternoon.  The Washington T&C Fair 2013 Milk Auction Grand Champion went to Emma Liermann and Brady Vedder was named Milk Auction Reserve Champion.

Thomas Ley with New Haven 4-H was awarded Champion of the Junior Showmanship Division and Alicia Ley with Krakow 4-H was Champion in the Senior Division.

Rick Scheer, Dairy Superintendent, encourages everyone to come out to Saturday's livestock auction and show your support for all the hardwork "these kids spend year round, working with their animals....it takes a lot of work and we hope you can attend Saturday's auction to support the kids but also the Dairy Industry."

Libby Marquart Crowned 2013 Miss Washington Town And Country Fair

Photo by Kaylin Bade.

Washington, Mo. - Opening Ceremonies of the Washington Town and Country Fair kicked off this evening with the Scouts's Troop 439 Salute and the always anticipated Fair Queen Coronation.

Minutes ago, Master of Ceremonies, Mr. Steve Kuenzel, announced Miss Libby Marquart as Queen of the 2013 Washington Town and Country Fair.  She is the daughter of Jeff and Dawn Marquart of Washington, Mo.  Her sponsor for this evening's competition is The Law Office of Mark Rudder.

Video Surveillance - Another Way Fair Organizers Help In Sure Fair Goers Safety

Cameras similar to these help provide an extra layer of safety for fair goers.

By Kyle Quick

Washington, Mo. - Thousands of hours are spent, mostly by volunteers, working to make the Washington Town and Country Fair one of the best across the state, but also take extensive measures to ensure the safety of fair goers.

Washington Police Chief Ken Hahn told QuickNewsNow, "Safety is always our number one concern.  We want people to have fun but also feel safe," which is why for the past two years the entire fair grounds along with numerous parking areas are under continues monitored video surveillance.

Fair organizers first added video surveillance ten years ago, slowly adding additional cameras and now for the past two years fair goers are safer than ever before.

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