The Western Kentucky State Fair continues this afternoon with an always popular armband night.
Attendees can ride as much as they desire for a flat cost of 18 dollars, with gates opening at 5pm and rides at 6.
A good crowd is expected in the grandstand at 7:30 tonight for the mud boggs, as described by J.R. Knight.
The cornhole tournament is in the air conditioned convention center and will get underway at 7, according to organizer Sonny Campbell.
The petting zoo remains open in the livestock pavilion and there will be a 500-dollar drawing at 9pm.