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Child found in hot car while mom was with DCS

first_imgAnderson, IN—A woman is charged with neglect of a dependent for leaving her child in a hot car whilst being interviewed by the Department of Child Services.27-year-old Jennifer Ost of Milroy gave birth to a boy on Friday, July 12 at Decatur County Memorial Hospital and signed him out against medical advice. court documents say she was talking to DCS on Tuesday at Community Hospital in Anderson due to this.Police say the newborn was getting an exam nearly 2 hours before they were called to the parking lot on reports of another small child in a car. Hospital police responded and observed a male child watching a movie on a cell phone.Police noted that it was 86 degrees outside, all of the vehicle’s windows were closed and the child was extremely wet from sweating. After running the license plate, police determined that the child belonged to Ost.When questioned, Ost claimed that the child did not want to come into the appointment with her, so she decided to leave him in the car. Both children were taken into DCS care according to court documents.last_img read more

Svechnikov’s hat trick leads Hurricanes past Rangers 4-1

first_imgWith no fans to throw hats onto the ice in Toronto for Svechnikov’s hat trick, the Hurricanes tweeted a photo that they had put several in his locker at PNC Arena back in Raleigh, North Carolina.“He’s the whole package,” Rangers coach David Quinn said. “You’re talking about a lot of skill, physical, quick. There’s really not a lot he can’t do, and that’s why he was the second pick overall.”Jordan Martinook also scored for the Hurricanes, following Svechnikov’s second goal 71 seconds later for a 3-1 lead. Petr Mrazek added 23 saves for the Hurricanes, including big glove stops on Brett Howden and Mika Zibanejad in the first period. The one on Zibanejad, a 41-goal scorer in the regular season, came with the Rangers chasing a 2-1 lead late in the period.The Rangers had swept the regular-season series, and the Hurricanes rarely led in any of those four meetings. But the Hurricanes have yet to trail in two games in Toronto and now have a chance to sweep the best-of-5 series. Svechnikov’s hat trick leads Hurricanes past Rangers 4-1 Svechnikov beat Henrik Lundqvist for the game’s first goal less than 5 minutes into the game. He followed with a power-play one-timer early in the second off a feed from Sami Vatanen, then buried a third at 14:02 of the third off a feed from Sebastian Aho — who assisted all three Svechnikov goals.“I think he’ll get a few more (hat tricks) before his time’s over in his career,” Carolina coach Rod Brind’Amour said. “He’s a gamer, too. This guy is one of those players in this break that worked on this game, he wanted to get better. I think you’re seeing that.”The 6-foot-2 Svechnikov, the No. 2 pick in the 2018 draft, had an assist in Saturday’s Game 1 victory then followed by delivering a game-high six hits in this one.“I just love that style, just hit hard,” Svechnikov said. “I think I’m playing a hard game. That’s I think why I’m scoring goals.”Svechnikov’s first career hat trick is the first in the franchise’s 144-game postseason history, including the Hartford Whalers. He became only the eighth player in NHL history age 20 or younger to tally a postseason hat trick, the last being Nashville’s Filip Forsberg in April 2015. Teams that have taken a 2-0 lead in a best-of-5 are 55-1 in those series, though the NHL hasn’t had one since 1986. “We’ve got to reset our minds and get focused on winning one hockey game,” Rangers defenseman Marc Staal said. “That’s all you can do at this point.”Artemi Panarin scored for the Rangers, beating Mrazek in the closing seconds of a 5-on-3 power play in the first. Lundqvist had 30 saves, but lost for the second time in the postseason after going 3-0 against Carolina in the regular season.NOTES: The Rangers had five power-play goals in the regular-season games, but have gone 1 for 11 with the man advantage in the postseason meetings. … New York played without winger Jesper Fast. He left early Saturday after a hard hit from Carolina’s Brady Skjei — traded from the Rangers in February — and Quinn ruled him out Sunday. … Rookie goaltender Igor Shesterkin (10-2) didn’t play for the Rangers. Quinn had been uncertain Sunday on Shesterkin’s status after he was unavailable for Game 1. Quinn said the Rangers are undecided on their goaltender plans for Game 3. … Carolina defenseman Dougie Hamilton didn’t play Monday after missing Game 1 and multiple recent practices.UP NEXT Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditTORONTO (AP) — Andrei Svechnikov kept on the attack, both in skating with a physical edge and continuing to fire pucks at the net. Now he has a franchise first and the Carolina Hurricanes are a win away from a sweep.The 20-year-old scored three times for the first postseason hat trick in franchise history and the Hurricanes beat the New York Rangers 4-1 on Monday, securing a 2-0 lead in the Stanley Cup qualifier series.center_img Associated Press August 3, 2020 Game 3 is Tuesday night in Toronto.___For more AP NHL coverage: and read more

Gudmandson dominates 1st round

first_imgAs recently as three weeks ago, Wisconsin’s goaltending situation was a question mark.UW’s Scott Gudmandson had been given chances to earn the clear-cut No. 1 spot, but performances like his four-goal first period at Colorado College in January kept fellow junior Brett Bennett in the mix.But Gudmandson got a chance to establish himself at Michigan Tech two weeks ago and was tabbed for both starts against Alaska Anchorage in this weekend’s playoff series.The Alberta-native made the most of it, allowing just a late goal in Friday’s 4-1 win and making some crucial saves in Saturday’s 7-2 victory. Among those was a highlight-reel worthy stop, as UAA’s Tommy Grant thought he had Gudmandson beat, but the Badger goaltender was able to flash some glove while on his back to rob the goal.“For us, it wasn’t a lack of trying, a lack of effort (or) a lack of chances, because we certainly had our chances and their goaltender came up time and time again with some big saves,” UAA head coach Dave Shyiak said.Of the three goals Gudmandson allowed, two were mistakes while one was a tip.Friday, despite an overall impressive game, he had some problems with his glove hand, dropping a fair share of pucks that should have been caught. It finally came back to bite him late in the game, as Craig Parkinson took advantage of a dropped puck to get the Seawolves on the board in the last minute of the game.Despite improving his play with the puck in Friday’s game — the facet of Gudmandson’s play that has needed the most work — it was a misplay of a puck off the end boards that allowed Alaska Anchorage to tie the game.Mistakes aside, Wisconsin head coach Mike Eaves was happy with his goaltender’s play.“A goaltender, one of the things you ask him to do is, you want them to stop the ones they should and maybe two out of four of the ones he shouldn’t, and he did that tonight; he did that to a T,” he said of Gudmandson. “He was out above his blue; he was challenging; he was quick, and he fought to see pucks through screens. You don’t win unless you have good goaltending, and he was solid for us tonight, especially in key moments.”Senior tri-captain Blake Geoffrion also expressed satisfaction with Gudmandson’s play.“He believed in himself (and) looked very, very confident. I think that’s why he played as well as he did,” Geoffrion said. “That’s a great time for him to play as good as he is, and hopefully he can carry us deep into the playoffs here.”With the offense still rolling and a convincing performance Saturday by both the penalty kill and power play units, it’s looking like Eaves is finally ready to cross that last question mark off the list and hand Gudmandson the reins.“I think this is the time of year where Guddy’s been given the ball here and he’s run with it,” Eaves said. “He’s made the most of it, he’s been solid for us. Moving forward, he’ll probably play the first game up at the WCHA Final Five. Isn’t that a bright prediction by me?”How sweep it isAfter Friday’s victory over Alaska Anchorage, Eaves called the prospect of ending the Seawolves’ season “a daunting task.” And despite two periods of backs-against-the-wall play by UAA, the Badgers managed to sweep the Seawolves in the best-of-three series.It wasn’t all easy though.After a misplayed puck by Gudmandson, UAA tied the game at two goals apiece in the second period and the Seawolves looked energetic and dangerous.Until the Badgers scored two late power-play goals in the last two minutes of the period, it looked like the game would go right down to the wire.Eaves noted after the game his team needed to “settle in and do what we do.”The Badgers did just that, scoring three third-period goals to salt away the win. The win earned the Badgers a spot in the WCHA Final Five in St. Paul, Minn., this weekend and perhaps more importantly, it meant UW didn’t have to play a decisive game three Sunday night.Around the rest of the league, only top-seeded Denver also earned a sweep, fighting off a tough Michigan Tech team. The other six teams all played in a third game last night, something the Badgers were glad to have avoided.“I can guarantee you, based on the way that we felt, there was nobody in our office that wanted to come back to the rink tomorrow and have to play,” Eaves said.Geoffrion noted the third games indicate what a battle the Badgers will be in for in St. Paul. UW will be seeded second and face St. Cloud State in a Friday semifinal matchup. North Dakota and Minnesota Duluth will square off in the opening play-in game Thursday for the right to face Denver in Friday’s other semifinal matchup.“Well, we know that the Final Five, it’s always that the teams are playing their best at that point and time in the season,” he said. “It just shows how strong our league really is.”last_img read more

Man Utd complete signing of Daniel James from Swansea [Photos]

first_imgJames is a Welsh international and has signed a five-year contract with the Red Devils Manchester United have completed a £17million deal to sign Wales winger Daniel James from Swansea.James has agreed a five-year contract worth £67,000-a-week at Old Trafford with the option to extend it by another year.The 21-year-old spoke of his delight at becoming Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first signing, although he admitted the occasion ‘was tinged with sadness’ after his father passed away suddenly last month at the age of 60. The 21-year-old becomes Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s first signing of what will be a busy summer Exciting prospect James only made his professional debut for the Swans in February last year‘This is one of the best days of my life and a challenge I am really looking forward to,’ said James who only made his professional debut for Swansea in February last year.‘The Premier League is the best league in the world and Manchester United is the perfect place for me to continue to develop as a player.‘This is an incredibly proud moment for me and my family, however, it is tinged with sadness that my father isn’t able to share this experience with us.‘I am looking forward to working with Ole, meeting the team and getting started.’Solskjaer welcomed the signing as he embarks on a major rebuilding project at United over the summer.center_img Daniel James has completed his transfer from Swansea City to Manchester United for £17m Ole Gunnar Solskjaer hailed James and said United was the perfect place for his development‘Daniel is an exciting young winger with lots of skills, vision, exceptional pace and a good work ethic,’ said the United boss.‘He had a great season with Swansea City and has all the attributes needed to become a Manchester United player.‘We are delighted he has signed with our club and we are all looking forward to working with him. This is the perfect environment for Daniel to continue his development.’last_img read more

Rivalry Series 2019: Shelly Picard poised to return to USA Hockey’s blueline

first_imgBefore the three-game series wraps up Feb. 17 at Little Caesars Arena in Detroit, Picard will be among the players looking to make a statement. The 2019 IIHF Women’s World Championship begins April 4 in Finland, and there are only so many roster spots up for grabs. With a strong series against Canada, Picard could soon find herself playing for a fifth medal at the Women’s Worlds.But first, she will be looking for redemption for what happened in Russia five years ago.“Absolutely, the Team USA and Team Canada rivalry doesn’t go away no matter what,” said Picard, who will be skating with nine teammates from Sochi. “It’s out of respect. Both teams have the utmost respect for each other, knowing each talented each side is. It should be a great battle.” On Feb. 12, the best rivalry in team sports will begin a new chapter as USA Hockey and Hockey Canada will cross sticks in the first of three meetings for the 2019 Rivalry Series.For one player, the tournament marks a return to the world stage. It has been nearly five years to the day since Shelly Picard had a silver medal placed over her head at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi. As fate would have it, the stalwart defender was on the ice when Canada superstar Marie-Philip Poulin scored the power-play goal in overtime that broke the hearts of the Americans. While she suited up for the USWNT for the 2015 and 2016 IIHF Women’s World Championships, where she earned her second and third career gold medals, respectively, she has not worn a USA jersey since.Now, she is back.“Oh my gosh, it’s an honor,” Picard beamed when asked by the Sporting News about being named to the roster. “I’m truly excited to get back out there and pull that USA jersey on. The team we’re going out there with is amazing, so I’m really excited to play with those women again and have some great games against Team Canada.”This is Michelle Picard, Olympian and all-star defender with the @NYRiveters.Also: teacher, tutor and coach.Role Model.#WomensEqualityDay— NWHL (@NWHL) August 26, 2017Following the Sochi Olympics, Picard returned to Harvard University’s blueline and emerged as a leader. As co-captain, she helped lead the Crimson to the 2015 NCAA Championship Final and was a finalist for the ECAC’s 2016 Defender of the Year her senior year.After graduation, she began her NWHL career with the Metropolitan Riveters, winning the Isobel Cup in 2018.“Playing in the NWHL has been a great way to keep playing the game, to stay competitive, and to give me a reason to train,” Picard reflected. “Being able to be a part of a team – absolutely, the NWHL has been a huge part of this. It’s also just helped me keep my love for the game.”Picard, 25, kept training and pushing her skills forward. Leading up to the 2018 Olympics, the Taunton, Mass. native, helped prepare her former teammates and friends in a two-game series pitting the USWNT against Team NWHL. Serving as captain, her poise in the defensive zone and strength around the net stood out — and garnered her national team attention.Michelle Picard will serve as captain of #TeamNWHL for the series in Tampa“Shelly Picard is the ideal person to lead Team NWHL … there are many leaders on this team, but we felt strongly that Shelly was worthy of the honor of wearing the C.” Team NWHL GM @HayleyMoore9— Erica L. Ayala (@elindsay08) December 29, 2017This past November, Picard was invited to join Team USA as a member of its practice squad for the Four Nations Cup. She and fellow Sochi silver medalists Megan Bozek and Alex Carpenter were then invited to USA Hockey’s Women’s Winter Training Camp. On Jan. 25, all three players were announced as members of the Rivalry Series roster.last_img read more

Craig Kimbrel focused on being ‘best that I can’ with Cubs

first_img Dallas Keuchel news: Braves agree to deal with 2015 AL Cy Young winner We signed Craig Kimbrel, by the way. #EverybodyIn— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 7, 2019The Cubs are of the same mind, with president of baseball operations Theo Epstein saying Kimbrel will throw a bullpen session in Chicago on Saturday, then head to the team’s spring training complex in Arizona before eventually joining Triple-A Iowa to face hitters in minor league games.Epstein did not provide a timetable for when Kimbrel might make his Cubs debut, but it sounds like it will be at least a couple of weeks. Regardless of when Kimbrel ultimately arrives, though, manager Joe Maddon said the mere gesture of signing him should provide an immediate morale boost in the clubhouse. “The players know there’s support coming from up above,” Maddon told reporters. “It really indicates what everybody feels about you or your group and the expectations and also the possibility. So when you’re able to add a piece like this now, ahead of the normal deadline, well, that’s even more impressive. I could see the guys smiling easily.”It gives you that playoff vibe a little bit earlier I think. But more than anything I do believe what I’ve learned over the last several years when it comes to players in the clubhouse: When they feel the support from upstairs — their ownership and the president, the GM, etc. — when they feel that support, it really matters a lot to them.”2️⃣4️⃣ 💙 #EverybodyIn— Chicago Cubs (@Cubs) June 7, 2019The 31-year-old had 42 saves and a 2.74 ERA en route to his seventh All-Star selection last season, his third with the Red Sox after previous stints with the Padres and Braves.He owns a career 1.91 ERA and ranks 14th all-time in saves with 333. Craig Kimbrel might not necessarily provide a quick fix for the Cubs’ bullpen, but he and the team are focused on the long game. The veteran reliever made it clear in his introductory news conference Friday that he won’t rush to make his 2019 debut after his free agency ran months longer than anyone would have anticipated.  As he and the Cubs made official a reported $43 million deal that lasts through the 2021 season, Kimbrel emphasized that effectiveness has to take precedence at the moment. “It’s not about getting on the field as quickly as possible,” he said. “It’s about being the best that I can.”  Related News Ben Zobrist remains on the restricted list and Cubs manager Joe Maddon said last week he has to prepare for the utility man staying on the list for the remainder of the season. Should that happen, Chicago could end up saving around $9 million this season.Zobrist, who was slated to earn $12.5 million, has been away from the team since May 8 while dealing with a complicated divorce.Other teams rumored to have had interest in Kimbrel include the Twins, Braves, Brewers, Phillies, Rays and Red Sox.last_img read more

Help wanted: Full time Sheriff Deputy

first_imgHelp wanted: Sheriff-Deputy I (KLETC Certified Officer)  Full-timePay Range $ 14.09-23.14 per hourHS diploma or GED.   Looking for KLETC Certified Officer.  Valid Kansas drivers license required.  Responsibilities of enforcing all federal, state, and local laws.  Patrolling, investigating crimes, accidents, and public assistance. Apply on line at  Applications close 09/27/2015.  Job descriptions available at the Sumner County Clerk’s Office, 501 N. Washington, Wellington, KS  67125.  Phone 620-326 3395.  EOElast_img read more

Spurs need to back up Red Star win in Premier League, says Kane

first_imgKane admits his side are playing catch-up and knows it will not get any easier against Jurgen Klopp’s high-flying side.“It is always better when you are coming off a win rather than a loss or a draw,” said the England captain. “But of course we know in the Premier League we are far behind and have a lot of catching up to do.“Sunday will be a tough game. They have started the season very well so we have to make sure we put in a performance similar to Tuesday.”Dele Alli, recalled to the starting line-up for the past couple of matches, said Tottenham’s players remain “1000 percent” behind Pochettino.“When things are not going our way it is easy for people to try and get at the manager but we need to look at ourselves as players,” said the midfielder. “We are doing that and we are going to keep working hard.”Despite Tottenham’s struggles, Alli, whose season has been blighted by injury and poor form, said the reaction from outside the club had been over the top.“It is strange because since we have been together here we probably have not been through this situation,” he said.“But I do not think it is that much of a big deal. We have just got to keep working hard and focus on ourselves, not listen to too much that is going on around the outside.”Share on: WhatsApp Harry KaneLondon, United Kingdom | AFP | Harry Kane says Tottenham’s 5-0 Champions League mauling of Red Star Belgrade will count for little unless they use it as a catalyst to turn around their miserable Premier League form.Tuesday’s result at home against the Serbian champions revives Mauricio Pochettino’s sides hopes of European progress after a humiliating 7-2 defeat by Bayern Munich earlier this month.Spurs, who reached last season’s Champions League final, are second in Group B with four points after three matches, behind leaders Bayern.Kane, who scored twice against Red Star, said he hoped Tottenham would take the momentum from their win into their match against Premier League leaders Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday.“At home we were expected to win this game so we can’t get too carried away with it,” he said. “We have to stay focused and take the positives and take them into the Premier League.“It is exactly what we needed, a great performance, a lot of energy, plenty of goals, a clean sheet — a perfect night.“But it doesn’t stop here, it was a game we were expected to win. We have got a very tough game on Sunday so I hope we can take momentum into that.”Spurs have only won three of their nine Premier League games so far and are in seventh place after some patchy performances, five points off the top four.– Tough game –last_img read more

Penguins hold on for 3-2 victory over Devils

first_imgPascal Dupuis (9) skates past New Jersey Devils’ Travis Zajac, left, as he begins to celebrate his first-period goal during an NHL hockey game in Pittsburgh Friday, Dec. 13. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)PITTSBURGH (AP) — Pascal Dupuis scored 41 seconds into the game and the streaking Pittsburgh Penguins used a big first period to beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Friday night.Chris Conner and Jayson Megna also scored in the first for Metropolitan-leading Pittsburgh, which has won seven of eight. The Penguins also extended their home winning to seven games.Marc Andre-Fleury improved to 12-2 at Consol Energy Center, making 37 saves — many of them on quality chances over the final 40 minutes of the game.Patrik Elias and Dainius Zubrus scored 56 seconds apart early in the second period, but New Jersey dropped to 1-4-1 in its past six.After Pittsburgh took a 3-0 lead into the first intermission, the Devils controlled the remainder of the game. But Fleury was sharp.Perhaps his best saves came on Steve Bernier — twice, with a pad and then his stick while sprawling — with 14:40 to play in regulation. Fleury then denied Damien Brunner on a partial breakaway.Fleury is second in the NHL in home wins and goals-against average and third in save percentage at home.Dupuis’ goal set the tone, coming off a misplay by Devils goaltender Cory Schneider.Chris Kunitz carried the puck into the zone and flipped a fluttering puck on net as he crossed the blue line. Schneider had trouble covering it, and Dupuis eventually poked it in for his fifth of the season.Conner then made it 2-0 at 7:55 when Brandon Sutter sprung him alone in the slot and he used a wrist shot beat Schneider for his second goal of the season.Megna, a rookie in the lineup only because of injuries and the suspension of winger James Neal, scored for the second time in four games — his fourth overall — with 5:20 to play in the first.But the Devils took 15 of the first 16 shots of the second period and had a 19-5 advantage in shots in the period overall.Elias scored 3:24 into the second after a failed New Jersey power play. Zubrus then pushed a fluttering puck that was sitting on the goal line into the net after a Jaromir Jagr shot deflected off Megna’s leg, making it difficult for Fleury to handle.The Penguins survived a frenzied final push by New Jersey, avoiding the fate of allowing a goal to an opponent that had its goalie pulled for the third game in a row.NOTES: Penguins D Brooks Orpik skated briefly Friday morning. Orpik, who is still experiencing concussion symptoms, is not expected to return to game action anytime soon. He has not played since Boston’s Shawn Thornton grabbed Orpik from behind, pulled him to the ground and punched him, knocking him unconscious. Thornton has been suspended indefinitely, and his hearing with the NHL was Friday. … C Sidney Crosby earned an assist on Dupuis’ goal, extending his point streak to five games. … The Penguins, who are 14-3 at home, have scored at least three goals in 14 of 17 games at Consol Energy Center. … Elias has a five-game point streak.last_img read more

Thurston County Fair Opens Wednesday

first_img5 p.m.SANCA Juggling and Stilt Walking – Front of Heritage Hall Submitted by the Thurston County Fair One Buck Wednesday keeps the price tag down on the Thurston County Fair.Opening day at the Thurston County Fair is guaranteed to be chock full of good old fashioned fair fun for the whole family! The fair opens Wednesday, July 29 at 10 a.m. with the return of One Buck Wednesday discounts and deals.Admission to the fair is only $1 per person on One Buck Wednesday when you bring a non-perishable food donation for each person. Food donations will benefit the Thurston County Food Bank. Fair organizers are hoping to meet or even beat 2012’s record donation total of eight pallets of food and over $1,400 in cash donations from generous fairgoers.Other One Buck Wednesday specials can be found inside the fair gates, including all carnival rides for just a buck per ride all day, one buck food specials, and other One Buck Wednesday deals at participating vendors. The fair is open from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Wednesday, July 29.Wednesday, July 29 is packed full of activities and entertainment the whole family will enjoy. More than 50 events, contests and performances are scheduled, including tons of animal contests and exhibits, the return of Professor Bamboozle, plus a Welcoming Ceremony with Thurston County Commissioners. To get the full list of each day’s events and entertainment, go to and click on “Daily Events Calendar” link. (Complete July 29 events schedule below.)July 29 Thurston County Fair Events10 a.m. Home Arts Demonstrations begin – Heritage Hall, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.4-H, FFA Rabbit Type Judging – Petersen Barn10:30 a.m.4-H Dog Judging Contest – Chitty Barn11 a.m. Cavy Knowledge Bowl – Petersen Barn Professor Bamboozle – Food Court StageNoonMatt Baker Comedy & Stunt Show – Main StageParamount Martial Arts – Main Stage1 p.m. 4-H Cat Games – Petersen Barn4-H Goat Judging Contest – West Arena4-H Dog Obedience – Chitty BarnSlievoughlane Irish Dancers – Main Stage1:30 p.m.Professor Bamboozle – Food Court Stage2 p.m. SANCA Juggling and Stilt Walking – Front of Heritage HallOpen Class Sheep & Fleece Goats – Hicks Lake Barn2:30 p.m.Matt Baker Comedy & Stunt Show – Main Stage3 p.m. Poultry Costume Contest – Petersen Barn4-H Fleece Goat Fit/Show/Type – West Arena *Food Court Open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.*Carnival Rides Open 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. 6 p.m.Dancerzone 360 – Food Court StageWelcoming Ceremony – Main Stage4-H Fashion Revue Style Show – Main Stage4-H Pet Goat Class – West Arena-26:30 p.m. FFA Pygmy Fit/Show/Type following 4-H Pygmy – West Arena4-H Cat Knowledge Bowl – Petersen Barn 3:30 p.m. Slieveloughane Irish Dancers – Main StageDylan Cragle – Food Court Stage 7 p.m. 4-H Silver Bucket Event-Dairy Goat Milk Contest – Willuweit Pavilion Dylan Jakobsen Band – Food Court StageLads & Lassies Lead Contest – Hicks Lake Barn4-H Dog Activities – Chitty Barn4-H Dairy Goat Milk Contest – Hicks Lake Barn7:30 p.m.Tristan and Rachelle – Main Stage 4 p.m.4-H Rabbit Knowledge Bowl – Petersen BarnPrimary Member Pygmy/Miniature Goat Show – West Arena Facebook7Tweet0Pin0 4:30 p.m. Professor Bamboozle – Food Court Stage4-H Pygmy Goat Fitting/Showing/Type – West Arena-24-H Pet Goat Type – West Arena-2Matt Baker Comedy & Stunt Show – Main Stagelast_img read more