August 4, 1991
From the start of the home economics judging at 8 a.m. Saturday to the drawing for prizes at midnight one week later, the 19 men and women who plan the annual Howard County Fair hope to offer something to interest everyone -- within the bounds of tradition.No major changes are planned in the events that traditionally make up the annual county fair, said Fair Board President Harold "Bucky" Clark, a dairy and grain farmer."We're trying to be an old-fashioned fair in one respect, that we'll have a good representation of livestock animals," Clark said.
July 28, 1991
Fresh air, ice cream, cows, nervous 4-H'ers and lots of judges will all be in one place beginning today at the 94th annual Carroll County4-H/FFA Fair.Admission to the fair at the Agriculture Center in Westminster is free.Between 18,000 and 20,000 people are expected to attend the event, which runs through Saturday, 4-H Extension Service Agent Robert M. Shirley said.About 600 exhibitors from 4-H clubs and Future Farmers of America groups are expected to bring 9,200 entries to the exhibit halls and barns.