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I doubt there was much complaining about rain cutting short opening day of the County Fair. Kind of ironic: a severe storm during a severe drought on the fair's first day. I see it as a good sign, but we could've used it a while ago.
While agriculture has changed considerably in the last 170 years, it's still a main focus of the fair. Thanks to the opening day rain, conversation will no longer be dominated by talk of dry, hard fields and stunted crops. Did it come in time? Was there enough to make a difference?