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Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show kicks off fair week in Nobles County

Fair continues through Sunday in Worthington.

Thor, an Australian Shepherd competitor in the Intermediate Agility 16-inch jump height class leaps over a jump during his run Monday, Aug. 1, 2022, in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show. He is guided by Nobles County 4-H'er Faith White. The annual dog show kicks off fair week in Nobles County.
Thor, an Australian Shepherd competitor in the Intermediate Agility 16-inch jump height class leaps over a jump during his run Monday, Aug. 1, 2022, in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show. He is guided by Nobles County 4-H'er Faith White. The annual dog show kicks off fair week in Nobles County.
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WORTHINGTON — It's fair week in Nobles County, and kicking the festivities off was the Southwest Minnesota 4-H Regional Dog Show on Monday at the fairgrounds in Worthington.
See dglobe.com for a full schedule of events during the fair.

Nobles County 4-H'er Cassidy Madison competes  in the Advanced  Agility 16-inch jump height with her black lab, Reba, on Monday, Aug. 1, 2022, in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show.
Nobles County 4-H'er Cassidy Madison competes in the Advanced Agility 16-inch jump height with her black lab, Reba, on Monday, Aug. 1, 2022, in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show.
Tim Middagh / The Globe
MJ, an Australian Shepherd competitor in the senior Agility 16-inch jump class and shown by Nobles County 4-H'er Faith White, takes a rest after her run in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show Monday, Aug. 1, 2022 at the Nobles County Fairgrounds in Worthington. The annual dog show kicks off fair week in Nobles County.
MJ, an Australian Shepherd competitor in the senior Agility 16-inch jump class and shown by Nobles County 4-H'er Faith White, takes a rest after her run in the Southwest Minnesota Regional Dog Show Monday, Aug. 1, 2022 at the Nobles County Fairgrounds in Worthington. The annual dog show kicks off fair week in Nobles County.
Tim Middagh / The Globe

Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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