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By Monique Renne
For the Courier 

Mud Bogs and Sand Drags Make for Good Clean Fun


Sean R. Heavey / For The Courier

Local enthusiasts and participants gather around a vehicle in need of repair at the Sand Drags and Mud Bogs events held May 29-30 at the Northeast Montana Fairgrounds in Glasgow. Pictured (facing) are drivers Adam Powell, his wife Amanda and their son Tristan. The couple took second and first place in their respective categories, with combined winnings in excess of $350.

Twenty-five vehicles participated in the Sand Drags and Mud Bogs events last weekend held at the Northeast Montana Fairgrounds at Glasgow. A total of $4,190 was paid out in prize money.

Glasgow resident Robert Ordway said of the event: "It was great bonding time for me and my grandson [Zoah Meland-Ordway, 3]. I just wish they would have had more cars. It was good for the kids because they all look forward to the Dash for Cash in the mud."

The Sand Drags events commenced at noon on Saturday and 165 people attended. Kevin Frigon of Glasgow took first place in the Stock event with a time of 5....

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