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Results of Fair’s Farm Tractor Pull

Here are results of the September 1 Farm Tractor Pull at the 2017 Columbia County Fair, which attracted 125 entries and was coordinated by Larry Saulpaugh. 2,500 lb. Class - First, Devin Poucher; second, Stephanie Poucher; third, Zack Baker; fourth, Gene Geddes; fifth, Brenda Baker 3,000 lb. Class - First, Devin Poucher; second, Stephanie Poucher; ...READ MORE

2018-05-22T12:10:37-04:00

Fair Awards Firefighters Parade Trophies

Greenport, Niverville, and Lake and Millerton won the top trophies in the Columbia County Fair’s 67th annual Firefighters Parade on Saturday, September 2. Greenport was awarded the Charles “Rip” Vogel Memorial Award for Overall Best Appearing Columbia County Unit With Auxiliary. Niverville won the Philip D. Mickle Memorial Award for Overall Best Appearing Columbia County ...READ MORE

2018-05-22T12:11:24-04:00

New Lebanon’s Dakota Kubli is Fair’s Schoolgirl Queen

Dakota Kubli of New Lebanon High School was crowned 2017 Schoolgirl Queen Friday at the Columbia County Fair. Chosen by the judges from among contestants representing all six of Columbia County’s public high schools, she was crowned by last year’s Schoolgirl Queen, Marissa O’Dell of Ichabod Crane. Dakota is the daughter of Holly and William ...READ MORE

2018-05-22T12:11:33-04:00

‘Columbia County’s Got Talent’ Winners

Austin and Phoenix Shulkin Kids and adults sang, danced and juggled their way into the judges’ hearts on Wednesday, August 31st during the Columbia County Fair’s “Columbia County’s Got Talent” competition. The duo of Austin and Phoenix Shulkin won the Junior Division, performing a juggling act to “Jafar’s Hour.” Second was Cadence Weiss’s ...READ MORE

2018-05-22T12:11:49-04:00
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