4-H’ers saddle up for Lincoln County Fair Horse ShowLearning how to train and control a horse is one of the basics of becoming a cowgirl or cowboy.On Saturday, Young 4-H’ers mounted their horses or led them around the arena in the opening event of the Lincoln County Fair Horse Show.The various divisions of the halter and showmanship competition give the youngsters the opportunity to show how they’ve learned to control their horse from the ground.
The Lincoln County Fair trotted its way into North Platte on Saturday with the 4-H horse show.The horse show continues today before the clothing construction judging and 4-H Dog Show get underway on Tuesday. The 4-H’ers check in their entries on Wednesday for the various competitions that go on through the rest of the week.The Lincoln County Ag Society hosts the show at the fairgrounds each year with the 4-H and Open Class competitions the main events.
Mother-in-law quarters allow adult children to take care of aging parents while maintaining their own privacy.A number of such properties exist in North Platte, but not all are legal, a city official says.Properties in areas designated as R-1 Dwelling Districts are designated for single family housing.
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