A redband rally got one more win for the Spokane Indians this year. This week, Baseball Digest awarded the team’s midsummer promotion aimed at increasing awareness and restoration for this region’s indigenous redband trout as the winner of the publication’s annual “Editor’s Choice Award for Outstanding Achievement” throughout all of professional baseball.
Children up to 13 years old will receive free admission today, if they bring a new or gently used coat to donate. The fair concludes today, with hours from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. The fair is free to children 6 years old and under. General admission is $11. Tickets for youth (ages 7 to 13), seniors (65 and older) and military (with proper identification) are $8. She couldn’t have been 5. Her face was painted like a tiger. There was a pink ribbon in her hair. She had just “won” a stuffed husky.
The county fair offers timeless fun for the whole crew. Here’s what you need to know to plan your visit. Best time and day to visit the fair if you want to avoid the crowds? Between 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The crowds pick up after school and for the evening grandstand entertainment. Monday, Sept. 11, is Patriots Day at the fair, which means all members of the military, fire and police departments receive free admission on this day.
A few questions about the Jayhawks-Sooners football game: Who decided this should be on national TV? And who decided that Kansas should wear red uniforms against Oklahoma? Especially when playing in Lawrence? 🤷♂️ https://t.co/1xIhxnooGy
Hearing @OurLadyPeace play tonight in Spokane took me back to when KLZR was the coolest radio station on the planet, and driving a few extra miles to hear the end of Clumsy on the car radio was a no-brainer. Great show tonight! https://t.co/YFqdBl1EkV
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