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Many Taylor County residents won awards at this year's Kentucky State Fair.
Gabriel Sharp won grand champion for crops in the 4-H competition and Mariah Corbin was named grand champion in honey.
Ten 4-H members participated in the state's 4-H country ham contest. More than 625 teens from across the state participated.
Winifred Cheuvront and Zach Kidd tied for fourth place for ham in the non-smoked category.
Rachel Hinton won first place in the non-smoked speech category.
Korri Briggs tied for second and Alison Brockman received fifth place in the non-smoked ham division.
Abby Smoot exhibited four head of cattle. Her Charolais was a division champion.
Kailey Thompson received third place in the youth show. She competed in youth showmanship, youth beef show and open beef show.
Isaac Thompson received Kentucky Grand Champion for a Hereford bull in the open show. He competed in the youth beef show and open beef show.
Korri Briggs exhibited seven head of cattle and received many awards, ranging from second place to 14th.
Rachel Hinton exhibited two head and received a first place award and several others.
Chris Thomas exhibited one head and received 11th and 16th place awards.
Several other 4-H members won awards, including Brittany Harden, Kimberly Harden, Alex Hezik, Rachel Hinton, Zach Kidd, Bailey Marlow, Breanna Marlow, Joshua Martin, Rachel Martin, Nathan Merritt, Jaycee Mings, Emma Sadler, Gabriel Sharp, Madisen Sullivan, Maria Wilkerson, Olivia Wilkerson, Robbie Wilkerson, Fatimah Alabusalim, Hassan Alabusalim, Korri Biggs, Alaina Brockman, Winnie Cheuvront, Mariah Corbin, Sara Courtwright, Sara Farmer, Heather Haggerty, Brittany Harden, Robbie Wilkerson, Alic Williams and Maria Wikerson.
Bailey Marlow, Gabriel Sharp and Mariah Corbin received class champion honors.