By Marcus Huff
Staff Writer 

Fair board weighs entertainment options


February 14, 2018

WORLAND – “I guess if it comes down to having Ned Ledoux or having a fair, we’re going to have a fair,” said Washakie County Fair Board President David Doyle on Monday night, after the fair board reviewed a bid from the artist to headline the 2018 county fair.

Originally, the board envisioned Ledoux, the son of the late musician Chris Ledoux, to play at the event, to help offset the annual rodeo and other entertainment. After reviewing Ledoux’s requested $17,000 one-night fee, plus the addition of a provided sound system, lights and a 20-foot-by-40-foot stage, it was declared that...

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