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Shannon Bardole-Foley of Indianola will offer a glimpse of pioneer-era craftsmanship when she demonstrates broom and soap making at the Warren County Fair. She's the owner of small businesses Franklin Broom Works and Little White Lye Soap.

Whether you’re a history buff or adrenaline junkie, chances are you’ll find a new favorite attraction at the Warren County Fair this summer.

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All Star Monster Truck Tour will make its heart-pounding debut at the Warren County Fair grandstand on Thursday, July 25, sponsored by Vaughan's RV. Locals can get close to the action during a meet-and-greet that includes truck rides, or try racing their own vehicles during the Tough Truck Challenge.

(3) comments

Janet

Great article, Jenny!!!

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Jenny

Thank you, Janet! Culinary and the other competitions will be in a story soon!

Jkeeney

The fair actually starts on the 24th of July not the 25th.

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