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Severe weather that hit southern Wisconsin on Wednesday night, knocking out trees and power lines throughout Green County, affected the county fair as grandstand viewers were shuffled into sturdy structures when barrel racing and bull riding was cut short.
There are cream puffs, ice cream, cheese curds, sweet corn
Gratiot's Klarissa Neff was born to ride horses and compete in rodeos.
Neff, 19, a 2016 Black Hawk High School graduate, got a chance to ride in the Green County Bulls and Barrels competition Wednesday at the Green County Fair before a thunderstorm hit the area and sent hundreds of spectators running for cover under the grandstand.
Jackson Eyler, 12, Grant Grossen, 12, Derek Schwartzlow, 10, Andrew Thoman, 11, and Ian Schwartzlow, 12, all of Monticello, play cards in one of the cow barns at the Green County Fair on Friday morning. "Make sure you don't get me smiling," the oldest Schwartzlow said. "This is serious business." (Times photo: Marissa Weiher)