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    Allyson Werner, 10, left, slept nuzzled with her cousin Breanne Werner, 15, both of Ferdinand, in the early morning hours Thursday in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Erica Thewes of Celestine, 17, waited for a bite while fishing at the lake at Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county 4-H fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Nicole Wittman of Huntingburg, 16, left, Tabbi Bolte of Ferdinand, 17, and Chloe McNeely of Huntingburg, 14, slept in the early morning hours Thursday in the sheep barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair. The girls, who had slept at the barn for the past three nights, made a king-size bed using two benches and the side rails of a sheep pen. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Klint Luebbehusen of St. Henry, 14, left, Kacie Hassfurther of Celestine, 16, Erica Thewes of Celestine, 17, and Lucas Gutgsell of Celestine, 13, worked on getting their lines out of the lake at Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county 4-H fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Nick Werner of Ferdinand, 11, slept in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair in the early morning hours Thursday. He had spent the previous three nights sleeping at the fair. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Cole Scherzinger of Celestine, 14, right, checked his line while with his father, Chuck, at the lake at Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Landon Gutgsell of Celestine, 9, showed off a tiny bluegill he caught at the lake at Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county 4-H fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Landon Gutgsell of Celestine, 9, right, reeled in his line while fishing with his brother, Lucas, 13, left, in the 4-H fishing contest at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Kaylee Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 10, snuggled in her blanket after waking up in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Kacie Hassfurther of Celestine, 16, waited for a bite while fishing at the lake in Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Corbyn Schnell of Celestine, 8, received help baiting her line from her mother, Danielle, while fishing at the lake at Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county 4-H fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Still wearing his hat from the night before, Alex Weyer of Ferdinand, 12, slept in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair in the early morning hours Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Kelcie Hassfurther of Celestine, 16, leaned over the rail at the lake at Dubois County Park as she waited for a bite while fishing during the 4-H fishing contest at the county fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Linda Jacob of Schnellville, 11, middle, rocked back in her chair as she relaxed in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning after feeding her four dairy cows and one steer. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    A Jersey calf playfully bit its mother's ear at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Adam Weyer of Ferdinand, 9, sat atop the gate to the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Cody Danhafer of Dubois, 13, left, and Logan Niehaus of Jasper, 13, stood behind Cody's horse, Sugar, and out of range of the spray of the hose as Lexi Mattingly of Holland, 13, attempted to spray the boys outside of the horse barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Cody Danhafer of Dubois, 13, left, was unsuccessful in snatching the hose from Lexi Mattingly of Holland, 13, at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Lexi Mattingly of Holland, 13, left, surrendered after Logan Niehaus of Jasper, 13, snatched the hose from her at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Sam Kluesner of St. Anthony, 7, raced to finish his ice cream cone Thursday morning before the heat melted it in the swine barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Jasmine Curtis of Ferdinand, 15, attempted to keep her pug, Rocky, cool by placing a cold wet towel over him after competing in 4-H dog obedience at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Amos Buschkoetter of Jasper, 10, sat with his arm around his Boston terrier, Baxter, as he waited to compete in 4-H dog obedience Judging in the Clover Pavilion at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Caden Betz of St. Anthony, 13, needed some assistance in getting up after tipping over in his chair in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Klint Luebbehusen of St. Henry, 14, checked his line while fishing at the lake in Dubois County Park during the 4-H fishing contest at the county 4-H fair Thursday. Rachel Mummey/The Herald

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    Amber Theising of Schnellville, 11, left, rubbed shaving cream all over Caden Betz of Schnellville, 10, during a shaving cream fight between the cattle and the swine barns at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Brandon Pund of St. Anthony, 13, was dunked in a trough by his cousins and friends during a shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Brandon Pund of St. Anthony, 13, bottom, was dunked in the watering trough and had shaving cream poured all over him by his cousin Madelyn Pund of Huntingburg, 13, left, his cousin Emma Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 10, his friend Lydia Burke of Celestine, 12, his cousin Kaylee Uebelhor of Ferdinand, 10, and his friend Caden Betz of Schnellville, 10, during a shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Amber Theising of Schnellville, 11, left, got sprayed by Tyler Haug of Ferdinand, 10, his twin brother, Travis, and Chase Verkamp of Schnellville, 9, during a shaving cream fight between the cattle and swine barns at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Amber Theising of Schnellville, 11, was sprayed with water during a shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Justin Lammers of Huntingburg, 13, watched from inside the cattle barn as a shaving cream fight took place between the cattle and swine barns at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald

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    Amber Theising of Schnellville, 11, left, was shocked at how cold the water in the trough was and Lydia Betz of Schnellville, 8, laughed at her reaction at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Ethan Hassfurther of Ferdinand, 9, left, dumped a bucket of water on Riley Merder of Ireland, 11, during a water and shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Madelyn Pund of Huntingburg, 13, right, smiled after being attacked with shaving cream by her cousin Emma Ubelhor of Birdseye, 13, left, and Lydia Burke of Celestine, 12, during a shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Riley Merder of Ireland, 11, right, poured a bucket of water on Katie Stenftenagel of Jasper, 10, during a shaving cream fight at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Meadow Schroering of Celestine, 3, petted a rabbit at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Riley Foy of Jasper, 3, "fished" for a goody bag at one of the booths that was part of Family Fun Night at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Ellarae Lovell of Evansville, 5, left, and her cousin Haley Lorey of Ferdinand, 8, enjoyed treats at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Ricardo Vanegas Jr. of Huntingburg, 3, left, and his sister Victoria, 5, played a game at one of the booths that was part of Family Fun Night in the Clover Pavilion at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday. Ariana van den Akker/The Herald

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    Haley Reckelhoff of St. Anthony, 12, left, and her brother Blake, 10, rested together on a reclining chair in the cattle barn at the Dubois County 4-H Fair on Thursday morning. Dave Weatherwax/The Herald