OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) _ The Oklahoma State Fair is entering its final two days, and organizers are hoping a flurry of events will draw in biggr crowds.
First-year State Fair President Tim O'Toole says attendance has been good so far.
O'Toole says the decision to shorten this year's fair from 17 to eleven days has been a success.
Among this weekend's events at the fair are the Professional Rodeo Cowboy's Association Championship Rodeo, which continues through tomorrow at the State Fair Arena.
Mark Wills is scheduled to perform after tonight's 7:30 P-M rodeo, and Ronnie Milsap will take the stage after tomorrow's 2 P-M rodeo.
The Gin Blossoms will perform at 8 P-M tonight at the B-52 Entertainment Plaza.
The Extreme Monster Truck Nationals is set for 7:30 P-M tonight at the State Fair Grandstand.