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Baby Show Winners at the DeKalb County Fair (SEE VIDEOS)

July 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Girls 1 Day to 3 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Boy 1 Day to 3 Months Winner (See Local News for Name)
Girls 4-6 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Boys 4-6 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Girls 7-9 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Boys 7-9 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Girls 10-12 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)
Boys 10-12 Months Winners (See Local News for Names)

Babies from one day to twelve months old were the center of attention during the annual Baby Show held Thursday evening at the DeKalb County Fair.

(CLICK THE LINK BELOW TO SEE VIDEOS OF BABY SHOW THURSDAY)
http://www.wjle.com/videos-fair-july26

The winners (blue ribbon first place and red ribbon runner-up) are as follows:

Girls (1 day to 3 months)
Winner: Paizlee Dae Taylor, three month old daughter of David and Susan Taylor of Dowelltown
Runner-up: Elissia Frazier, two month old daughter of Resha Nichols and Eric Frazier of Putnam County

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Boys (1 day to 3 months)
Winner: Billy James Clark, three month old son of Bryan and Nikki Clark of Smithville

Girls (4-6 months)
Winner: Jacie Rea Sosa, four month old daughter of Noe and Megan Sosa of Smithville
Runner-up: Brylee Michelle Key, six month old daughter of Shannon and Holly Key of Alexandria

Other participants in this category: Karcsi Elizabeth Malone, four month old daughter of Darrell and Jerri Lin Malone of Smith County; Lyra Dell McMinn, four month old daughter of Amanda and Nathan McMinn of Dowelltown; Addison Peden, five month old daughter of Amanda McClure and James Peden of Smithville; and Saylah Nevaeh-Grace Harris, four month old daughter of Christi and Jamie Harris of Watertown.

Boys (4-6 months)
Winner: Brantley Elliott Brooks, five month old son of Lydia Price and Justin Brooks of Smithville
Runner-up: Eastyn Sutton, four month old son of Hailey and Keith Sutton of DeKalb County

Other participant in this category: Dalton Brantley Howell, four month old son of Crystal Baker and Joey Howell of Smithville.

Girls (7-9 months)
Winner: Kendall Marie Faye Walker, seven month old daughter of Tim and Joanie Walker of Warren County
Runner-up: Cierra Leann Cox, nine month old daughter of Andrew and Suzanne Cox of Smithville

Other participant in this category: Aila Odom, eight month old daughter of Josh and Macey Odom of Dowelltown

Boys (7-9 months)
Winner: Julian Michael Johnson, eight month old son of Alexander Johnson and Lauren Lawrence of Alexandria
Runner-up: Ty Morris, eight month old son of Kate Pack and Jimmy Morris of Smithville

Girls (10-12 months)
Winner: Callen Alizabeth Tramel, twelve month old daughter of Caleb and Hillary Tramel of Smithville
Runner-Up: Trinity Grace Knowles, ten month old daughter of Carolyn and Jonathon Knowles of Dowelltown

Other participants in this category: Hayley Skye McKeown, eleven month old daughter of Sarah Ross and Jimmy McKeown of Dowelltown; Kenzie Nichole South, twelve month old daughter of Tiffany Burchfield and Anthony South of Smithville; Kinslee Marie Adams, eleven month old daughter of Kayla Miller and Jordan Adams of Smithville; and Aubree Bruno, ten month old daughter of Jenna Bruno and Chris Pack of Smithville

Boys (10-12 months)
Winner: Brayden Beauliew, eleven month old son of Traci Brown and John Beauliew of Alexandria
Runner-Up: Logan Gard, eleven month old son of Nathan and Brittney Gard of Dowelltown

Other participants in this category: Gabriel Michael Johnson, ten month old son of Jessica Johnson of Dowelltown and Jonathan Cain Hall, eleven month old son of Cayden Cantrell and Jonathan Hall of DeKalb County.

Police Chief Cautions Residents to Beware of High- Pressure Sales Tactics

July 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Police Chief Randy Caplinger

If someone comes to your door trying to pressure you into buying a home security system, Chief Randy Caplinger urges you to report that to the Smithville Police Department.

According to Chief Caplinger, the police department has been receiving complaints from some who have felt uncomfortable with the sales pitch made to them. As part of their high pressure tactics, Chief Caplinger said these people will mention names of prominent citizens in the community who have bought their product, using that as a means of persuading the prospective buyer to make the purchase as well. "Several young college age people have been in here going door to door selling home security systems," said Chief Caplinger. " The company they are representing is AMP Security but a lot of people are misunderstanding thinking they are affiliated with ADT Security company, which they are not. They are working for a company called Vector Security out of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. AMP Security is out of Utah," he said

"According to the complaints we are getting, a lot of the people (homeowners) are being pressured to buy these systems and being told by the salesmen that someone they (homeowners) know has already purchased this system, and has (referred the salesmen) to them (homeowners). What we are finding is, the people's names they (salesmen) are using did not buy the systems," said Chief Caplinger.

"We would ask that if anyone comes to your door trying to sell you a security system, and they tell you that someone you know sent them, before purchasing that system, we ask that you actually call that person (you know) and ask if they actually bought the system and if they know anything about it and find out what the up front cost is. Make sure you know exactly what you are paying for up front and what is going to be involved in this because with the contracts we have looked at, there is only a three day clause in there to actually back out of that contract and to have that equipment removed," he said.

"If you feel pressured in any way to buy that system and you are unsure, just contact us and we will speak with these people," said Chief Caplinger."We already know who they are. We have their names. People are telling us they are being pressured. They feel uncomfortable. It sounds real good to them and it may be a good deal but we want people to feel comfortable. They are using some of the prominent names in Smithville, telling them that these people have already purchased these systems, which they haven't. If you feel uncomfortable in any way, don't purchase anything. Tell them you want to check further. Call the police department and we will send an officer out there to make sure everything is okay," said Chief Caplinger.

Body of DeKalb Prisoner Waylon Farless Recovered in Chattanooga

July 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Waylon Farless

The body of a DeKalb County prisoner who managed to escape from the Moccasin Bend Mental Health Facility Tuesday evening by attempting to swim across the Tennessee River was found Thursday morning about a mile down river.

Dead is 36 year old Waylon Farless

According to WRCB TV, Chattanooga Police spokesman Nathan Hartwig said that officers responded to a "body found" call just after 11:00 a.m. Thursday morning, and were able to confirm the body was that of patient Waylon Farless.

The escape happened around 7:15 p.m. Tuesday evening. Farless had criminal charges out of DeKalb County and was taken to Moccasin Bend for mental health concerns.

Members of Chattanooga search and rescue teams spent nearly a day searching the river near the mental health facility before calling off the search late Wednesday afternoon.

Details of how Farless was able to jump into the river are unknown and still being investigated.

Witnesses told Chattanooga police that they saw the man (Farless) swim about halfway across the river before calling for help, then submerging Tuesday evening.

Farless was on a criminal hold from the DeKalb County Jail.

Farless was arrested by the Sheriff's Department last Thursday on charges of driving on a revoked license and theft of property. According to Sheriff Patrick Ray, Farless was sent to the Smith County Jail on Friday to be housed for DeKalb County. While there, Farless allegedly tried to harm himself and was taken to the hospital in Carthage. After that incident, Farless was picked up by DeKalb County deputies on Saturday. Farless underwent a mental evaluation and was sent to Moccasin Bend.

Sheriff Ray said Moccasin Bend staff contacted him Tuesday saying they were planning to release Farless back to the DeKalb County Sheriff's Department by noon that day. Sheriff Ray said he was notified later that Farless had escaped from the facility and was last seen trying to swim across the river.

Kenlee Renae Taylor Wins Little Miss Princess Pageant

July 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Kenlee Renae Taylor Wins Little Miss Princess Pageant
Little Miss Princess Royalty
People's Choice, Photogenic, Congeniality
Little Miss Princess: Hannah Dawn Hall (Extreme Queen)

Seven year old Kenlee Renae Taylor of Smithville was crowned Little Miss Princess at the DeKalb County Fair Wednesday night.

Taylor is the daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor

She succeeds the 2011 Little Miss Princess nine year old Madison Rae Rackley of Smithville, daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley

First runner-up in the pageant was Alexis Grace Atnip, the nine year old daughter of Veronica Atnip of Smithville.

Seven year old Natalie Morgan Snipes was the second runner-up. She is the daughter of Tim and Michelle Snipes of Smithville

Third runner-up went to two contestants in a tie, McKenzie Faith Sanders and Maeloree Arlene Kirby. Sanders is the seven year old daughter of James and Misti Sanders of Smithville and Kirby is the eight year old daughter of Jesse and Shaunna Kirby of Smithville. Sanders was also named Miss Photogenic and Kirby was Miss Congeniality of the pageant.

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Addison Jean Puckett was the fourth runner-up. She is the eight year old daughter of Jimmy and Anita Puckett of Smithville

The Extreme Queen crown went to Hannah Dawn Hall, the seven year old daughter of Joseph and April Hall of Smithville. The award is sponsored by the Extreme Looks Design Team Salon.

The Peoples Choice award for this pageant was presented to Rebekah Haylee Adams, the eight year old daughter of Brian and Carolyn Adams of Smithville.

Others in the top ten were Carlee Elizabeth West, the seven year old daughter of D.J. and Megan Stewart of Smithville; Arista Isabella Rigsby, the seven year old daughter of David and Tyroma Rigsby of Lebanon; Haylee Cassandra Merriman, the eight year old daughter of Mike and Myra Merriman of Smithville; Emma Brooke Jennings, the nine year old daughter of Chad and Shelly Jennings of Smithville.

(SECOND PHOTO FROM TOP: Natalie Morgan Snipes (2nd), Alexis Grace Atnip (1st), Kenlee Renae Taylor (Queen), Maeloree Arlene Kirby (3rd-tie), McKenzie Faith Sanders (3rd-tie), Addison Jean Puckett (4th)

(THIRD PHOTO FROM TOP: Rebekah Haylee Adams (People's Choice), McKenzie Faith Sanders (Miss Photogenic), and Maeloree Arlene Kirby (Miss Congeniality)

Miss Sweetheart Title Goes to Sarah Anne Colwell

July 26, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Miss Sweetheart Title Goes to Sarah Anne Colwell
Miss Sweetheart Royalty
Shelby Sprague (Congeniality), Abigail Hope Taylor (People's Choice)
Miss Sweetheart: Macy Elizabeth Hedge (Miss Photogenic)
Miss Sweetheart: Santana Ferrell (Extreme Queen)

The 2012 DeKalb County Fair Miss Sweetheart is eleven year old Sarah Anne Colwell, the daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville. The pageant was held Wednesday night during the fair in Alexandria.

Colwell, sister of the 2012 Junior Fair Princes Lauren Elizabeth Colwell, succeeds the 2011 Miss Sweetheart, Tyra Graham, the thirteen year old daughter of Kyle and Doris Graham of Smithville

The first runner-up in the pageant was Macy Elizabeth Hedge, the eleven year old daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville. She was also Miss Photogenic.

Kayla Jayne Belk was the second runner-up. She is the twelve year old daughter of Chris Anne Belk of Smithville and Wendell Belk of Christiana.

Eleven year old Shaunta Koegler, daughter of Brian and Leticia Koegler of Smithville, was the third runner-up

Fourth runner-up went to Julia Grace Curtis, the ten year old daughter of Bruce and Amy Curtis of Smithville.

The title of Miss Congeniality went to Shelby Sprague, the ten year old daughter of Jimmy and Johnna Sprague of Smithville.

The Extreme Queen crown went to Santanna Ferrell, the twelve year old daughter of Melissa Ferrell and Chris Ferrell of Dowelltown. The award is sponsored by the Extreme Looks Design Team Salon.

The Peoples Choice winner for this pageant was Abigail Hope Taylor, the eleven year old daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville.

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Rounding out the top ten in the pageant were Addison Grace Oakley, the eleven year old daughter of Clark and Lisa Oakley of Liberty; Morgan Faith Green, the twelve year old daughter of Suzanne and Jon Harrison of Smithville; Kenzie Faith France, the ten year old daughter of Tim France and Will and Kim Frazier of Smithville; Anna Rachel Blair, the eleven year old daughter of Keith and Amanda Blair of Smithville; and Brooklyn Storm Estes, the eleven year old daughter of Chris and Shanna Bogle of Smithville.

(SECOND PHOTO FROM TOP: Julia Grace Curtis (4th), Shaunta Koegler (3rd), Sarah Anne Colwell (Queen), Macy Elizabeth Hedge (1st), and Kayla Jayne Belk (2nd Runner-Up)

Trapp and Cantrell Capture Little Mister and Miss Crowns

July 25, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
2012 Little Mister Tony Bryson Trapp
2012 Little Miss Ansley Faith Cantrell
Little Mister and Runners-Up
Little Miss and Runners-Up
Little Miss Congeniality Chloe Bradley (left) Photogenic Danica Collier
People's Choice Bryna Pelham (left), Extreme Queen Madison Dawson
Little Mister Manners Dylan Wade Cathey (left) and People's Choice Winner Landon
Demitre Allen of Sandgate, Vermont, winner of $500 at the Fair Tuesday

Tony Bryson Trapp and Ansley Faith Cantrell were crowned Little Mister and Miss at the DeKalb County Fair Tuesday night.

Trapp is the six year old son of Tony and Amanda Trapp of Smithville and Cantrell is the six year old daughter of Tony and Amee Cantrell of Smithville.

Trapp succeeds his brother, the retiring Little Mister, seven year old Holden Craig Trapp, while Cantrell succeeds the retiring Little Miss Carlee Elizabeth West, the seven year old daughter of D.J. and Megan Stewart of Smithville.

First runner-up in the Little Miss contest was Annabella Eleni Dakas, the five year old daughter of John and Mandy Dakas of Smithville

Second runner-up was Addison Grace Miller, the five year old daughter of Josh and Amy Miller of Smithville

Five year old Savanna Hope Murphy Least was third runner-up. She is the daughter of Brian and Stephanie Least of Smithville.

Isabella Faith Rackley, the four year old daughter of Gordon and Jessica Rackley of Smithville was the fourth runner-up

Meanwhile, five year old Chloe Belle Bradley, daughter of Dusty and Erica Bradley of Lebanon was named Miss Congeniality.

Four year old Danica Hope Collier, daughter of Matthew Collier and Brittany George of Alexandria received the title of Miss Photogenic.

Extreme Looks Design Team awarded the "Extreme Queen" crown to five year old Madison Dawson, daughter of Jarred and Jamie Dawson of Smithville.

The People's Choice Award went to Bryna Pelham, the five year old daughter of Jason and Karen Pelham of Smithville.

Others in the top ten were Hana Jade Parsley, the five year old daughter of Jason and Misti Parsley of Smithville; Allyson Roxanne Fuller, the six year old daughter of Anthony and Amanda Fuller of Baxter; Madison Grace Askew, the four year old daughter of Brad and Judy Askew of Watertown; Audrey Dare Collins, the five year old daughter of Mark and Danielle Collins of Smithville; and Kalia Nevaeh Stewart, the five year old daughter of Hobie and Heather Stewart of McMinnville.

First runner-up in the Little Mister contest was Jackson Wayne Graham, the five year old son of Wayne and Rebecca Graham of Smithville.

Six year old Carter Matthew-Mikel Benson, son of Chris and Karey Benson of Smithville was the second runner-up.

Third runner-up was

M2U00764 from dwayne page on Vimeo.Skylar Chase Sullivan, the four year old son of Jamie and Charity Sullivan of Smithville.

Four year old Jaxson Blake Panker, son of Richard and Tonya Panker of Smithville, was named fourth runner-up and Mr. Photogenic

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Four year old Dylan Wade Cathey, son of Shawn and Cindy Washer and Jennifer Cathey of Smithville, was chosen Mister Manners

The People's Choice award went to six year old Landon Orien Speaks, son of Justin and Donna Speaks of Smithville

The only other participant in the Little Mister pageant was Joseph Bristol Redmon, the five year old son of Brittney Redmon of Dowelltown and Joseph Redmon of Smithville.

(THIRD PHOTO FROM TOP- LEFT TO RIGHT: Jaxson Blake Panker (4th & Mr. Photogenic); Carter Matthew-Mikel Benson (2nd); Little Mr. Tony Bryson Trapp; Jackson Wayne Graham (1st); Skylar Chase Sullivan (3rd Runner-Up)

(FOURTH PHOTO FROM TOP-LEFT TO RIGHT: Addison Grace Miller (2nd), Annabella Eleni Dakas (1st), Little Miss Ansley Faith Cantrell, Savanna Hope Murphy Least (3rd), and Isabella Faith Rackley (4th Runner-Up)

(PLAY VIDEO CLIP BELOW OF TUESDAY NIGHT GO CART RACES AT THE FAIR)

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Man Pleads Guilty to Rape, Gets Ten Year Sentence

July 24, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Keith Clifford Lafreniere

A 19 year old man charged in a local rape case pleaded guilty to the crime Monday in criminal court and received a ten year sentence.

Judge David Patterson presided.

Keith Clifford Lafreniere, II was indicted last December in the case, which was investigated by Detective Matt Holmes of the Smithville Police Department.

The indictment alleges that on May 26, 2011 Lafreniere did intentionally or knowingly engage in unlawful sexual activity with a 12 year old girl and that it was accomplished by the use of force or coercion constituting the offense of rape.

The incident allegedly occurred at a residence on West Main Street. DNA evidence was collected at the scene. Lafreniere, who was identified as a suspect, was later charged in the case.

Lafreniere is to serve 85% of the sentence before his release eligibility. His name will be on the sex offender registry and he will be under lifetime probation supervision.

Meanwhile, in other cases, 22 year old Jacob T. Maynard was granted judicial diversion probation for three years on a charge of delivery of a schedule II controlled substance. He was fined $2,000 and must may $60 restitution to the sheriff's department.

31 year old Misty Barnes pleaded guilty to initiation of a process to manufacture methamphetamine and received an eight year sentence, all suspended to supervised probation. She was fined $2,000 She was given jail credit of five days.

44 year old Stephen K. Estes, charged with casual exchange, received a suspended sentence of 11 months and 29 days on judicial diversion probation. He was fined $750 and must make $80 restitution to the sheriff's department. Estes must also perform 50 hours of community service work.

Local Jeweler Gets Three Years Judicial Diversion Probation in Theft Cases

July 24, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Mark Violet

A local jeweler, facing three local theft charges, will be on three years probation under a negotiated plea agreement approved Monday in DeKalb County Criminal Court.

Judge David Patterson presided.

Mark Violet of K & M Jewelry entered a plea to two counts of theft over $1,000 and was given a three year sentence in each case to run concurrently. But Violet will be on judicial diversion probation for the duration of the sentence as long as he stays out of any further trouble.

According to Assistant District Attorney Greg Strong, Violet was accused in each case of buying stolen jewelry, which was taken from the homes of three victims. Under the plea agreement, Violet must make restitution to one victim in the amount of $3,000; $6,210 to a second victim; and $785 to a third victim. Also as part of the plea deal, Violet shall not personally buy any gold during the three year period of the probation. He is also to make a contribution of $150 to the economic crime fund.

Last August, Violet was indicted in another theft case. He was accused of selling a stolen U.S. military issue laser sight. However, according to Assistant DA Strong, that case against Violet will be dismissed upon his making restitution to the ATF in the amount of $1,000.

Theft cases against Violet were brought by the Smithville Police Department.

Although charged with theft, Violet was never implicated in the actual theft of property, only the purchase of items believed to have been stolen by someone else.

Violet was represented by local attorney Hilton Conger.

Victoria Dawn Tatrow Wins Fairest of the Fair Pageant

July 24, 2012
by: 
Dwayne Page
Victoria Dawn Tatrow Wins Fairest of the Fair Pageant
Fairest of the Fair and Runners-Up
Ciara Nichole Roehner (Congeniality), MaKayla Shea Funk (Photogenic)
Grace Webb (People's Choice), Chelsea Lewis (Extreme Queen)
Tim Davenport of Liberty Won $500 at the fair Monday night

18 year old Victoria Dawn Tatrow Smithville is the 2012 Fairest of the Fair

Tatrow, daughter of Corey and Vickie Funk and the late Shanna Tatrow, succeeds the retiring Queen, Katie Sue Haggard of Smithville, the 18 year old daughter of David and Vicki Haggard.

17 year old Chelsea Alia Lewis of Smithville was named first runner-up. She is the daughter of Gina and Jimmy Lewis.

18 year old Sydney Jayann Robinson, daughter of Charles and Rita Robinson of Liberty was named second runner-up in the pageant.

Third runner-up went to Rebekah Grace Webb, the 17 year old daughter of C.D. and Cindy Webb of Dowelltown

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17 year old MaKayla Shea Funk, daughter Amie Funk of Dowelltown was named fourth runner-up

The only other contestant in the pageant Monday night was Ciara Nichole Roehner, the 19 year old daughter of Christina and William Roehner of Liberty.

The "Extreme Queen" sponsored by the Extreme Looks Design Team Salon went to Chelsea Lewis.

Rebekah Grace Webb received the People's Choice award.

Ciara Nichole Roehner was named Miss Congeniality

MaKayla Shea Funk received the Most Photogenic honor.

Two $500 cash drawings were held Monday night, but there was only one winner, Tim Davenport of Liberty. The other $500 cash award will be saved and given away on Saturday night.

The second night of this year's DeKalb County Fair gets underway this evening (Tuesday)

Tonight's schedule of events is as follows:

Little Mr. and Miss Pageant at 6:00 p.m. at the Lions Club Pavilion; Go-Cart Racing at 6:00 p.m. at the T.C. McMillen Arena; and a Horse Show at 7:00 p.m. at the Grandstand; (2- $500 cash drawings) at 9:30 p.m.

Take a stroll down Memory Lane and enjoy nightly entertainment at the Memory Lane Stage in Memory Village, sponsored by DeKalb Community Bank

Tonight's schedule:
6:30-7:30 p.m— Abigail Rose
7:45-8:45 p.m— Lil John

Rides on the Midway will be provided by the Family Attractions Amusement Company. Unlimited rides will be available for $16.00 on Tuesday night; $14.00 on Wednesday and $18.00 on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday

Admission to the fair is $4.00 per person. Children age four and younger will be admitted free! Gates open at 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday and at 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Parking is Free!

For more information, call 529-FAIR or visit on-line at www.dekalbcountyfairtn.com.

(Second Photo from top: left to right- MaKayla Shea Funk (4th), Rebekah Grace Webb (3rd), Queen Victoria Dawn Tatrow, Chelsea Alia Lewis (1st), and Sydney Jayann Robinson (2nd Runner-Up)

(Play Video Below to See Clip of Calf Roping at Monday Night's DeKalb County Fair)

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Lauren Elizabeth Colwell Crowned Junior Fair Princess

July 24, 2012
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Dwayne Page
Lauren Elizabeth Colwell Crowned Junior Fair Princess
Junior Fair Princess and Runners-Up
Tyra Grace Graham (Congeniality), Rachel Olivia Fuson (Photogenic)
Destiny Franklin (Extreme Queen),Shelby Prichard (Peoples Choice)

The 2012 Junior Fair Princess of the DeKalb County Fair is 15 year old Lauren Elizabeth Colwell, daughter of Trent and Christie Colwell of Smithville

Colwell was among 29 young ladies who competed for the crown on the opening night of the DeKalb County Fair on Monday night.

Colwell succeeds the retiring Junior Fair Princess, 17 year old Melanie Grace Rush of McMinnville, daughter of Susan and Greg Rush

The first runner-up was Ashley Medlin, the 16 year old daughter of Greg and Teresa Medlin of Smithville

Second runner-up was Haley Marie Hale, the 15 year old daughter of Chad and Melissa Hale of Smithville

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16 year old Taylor Brook Cantrell was the third runner-up. She is the daughter of Jeff and Deborah Cantrell of Smithville

The fourth runner-up was Skylar Paige Winningham, the 16 year old daughter of Jeff and Melissa Winningham of Sparta

The "Extreme Queen" sponsored by the Extreme Looks Design Team Salon went to 13 year old Destiny Danielle Franklin, daughter of Charles and Jennifer Ware of Smithville

14 year old Shelby Delane Prichard received the People's Choice award. She is the daughter of Stan and Michelle Prichard of Brush Creek.

13 year old Tyra Grace Graham of Smithville, daughter of Kyle and Doris Graham was named Miss Congeniality

13 year old Rachel Olivia Fuson, daughter of Joe and Missy Fuson of Smithville, received the Most Photogenic honor.

Rounding out the top ten were Kimberly Nicole Carlton, the 15 year old daughter of Brandi Pelham and Dewayne Carlton of Smithville; Taneah Brooke Cantrell, the 15 year old daughter of Scott and Tammy Cantrell of Smithville; Kami Denise Bogle, the 16 year old daughter of Amy Scott and Chris Bogle of Smithville; Kelsey Sueanna Hedge, the 15 year old daughter of David and Trina Hedge of Smithville; and Attiah J'nay Hicks, the 13 year old daughter of Rod and Brandy Hicks of Sparta.

Other contestants included Liz Abigail Qualls, the 14 year old daughter of Brad and Kim Trapp and Jason and Stormy Qualls of Smithville; Hailey Nicole Glass, the 13 year old daughter of Doyle Glass of Alexandria and Debbie Glass of Smithville; Rosa Maria Payne, the 13 year old daughter Tammy and Randy Payne of Alexandria; Chelsea Shoulders, the 15 year old daughter of Candace Enoch Dale Shoulders of Carthage; Jailyn Paige Bolding, the 14 year old daughter of Bradley and Lori Hendrix and Brad and Marcy Bolding of Dowelltown; Britney Nicole Keen, the 13 year old daughter of Greg and Jan Keen of Sparta; Shauna Faith Taylor, the 16 year old daughter of Ken and Cindy Taylor of Smithville; Ashley Dawn Celestino, the 15 year old daughter of Tammy Horsley of Smithville; Brooke Danielle Roller, the 15 year old daughter of Richard and Rose Roller of Smithville; Hannah Walker, the 13 year old daughter of Scott and Misty Walker of Smithville; Brandy Lynn Newby, the 13 year old daughter of Elsie Judkins and Shannon Newby of Smithville; Kerra Necole Blackwell, the 13 year old daughter of Candra and Brian Neal of Smithville; Courtney Madison Butler, the 13 year old daughter of Ronda Butler and Dennis Butler of Smithville; Mary Elizabeth Murray, the 13 year old daughter of Angel Brown of Smithville; and Alexis Kasara Davis, the 13 year old daughter of Angela and Scott Davis of Smithville.

(Second Photo from top: left to right- Haley Marie Hale (2nd), Ashley Medlin (1st), Queen Lauren Elizabeth Colwell, Taylor Brook Cantrell (3rd), and Skylar Paige Winningham (4th runner-up)

(Play Video Clip Below of Cattle Show Monday at Fair)

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