The fair has the traditional events from 4-H kids showing their livestock to exciting events like concerts, bull riding and more.
Fair officials say this year they are trying something new.
They are also streaming video at the livestock shows on a website.
Organizers say the fair has changed quite a bit over the last 90 years.
"90 years ago they were showing livestock under trees. When it rained the poor kids got wet there was mud holes around. We've grown a lot in the 90 years and we've got a really great group of volunteers here that help with fundraising and help make this one of the best fairs in Northeast Nebraska," Larry Howard, a Cuming County Extension Educator from the University of Nebraska Lincoln said.
Cindy Berner-Schlichte is spearheading an effort to collect goods to bring to those in need, people who lost everything in the path of destruction. She's filling horse trailers with diapers, water,More >>
Cindy Berner-Schlichte is spearheading an effort to collect goods to bring to those in need, people who lost everything in the path of destruction. She's filling horse trailers with diapers, water, snacks, and tools that can be used to cleanup debris.More >>
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