PHOTO GALLERY: Labor Day in Donahue and McCausland
Tractors leave a clear impression.
Colby Sturgill pilots his dad's entry back to the trailer.
Flagger Jerry Elijah, of Tipton, marks the end of a run.
Deere tractors await their turns.
Tractors groom the course for McCausland's tractor pull, which drew hundreds of spectators Sunday.
Unicorn Princess Sophia Matje waves during Donahue's parade Sunday. Donahue squeezed in the Frontier Days parade between rain showers over a weekend filled with tournaments, a peach pie contest, water fights and a bike show.
Blake and Cheryl Long bring a wild west saloon down the parade route.
Kollin Hamann, of Walcott, shares his parade candy.
Linda Holdorf and Arlene Kazinski honor their brother, Larry Gronewold, on the 50th anniversary since his death in Vietnam. He was 22 when killed by enemy fire March 25, 1968. The Donahue Legion Post was renamed in his honor in 1969.
On Sunday, the weather relented and crowds gathered at the annual Frontier Days parade in Donahue. Meanwhile, over in McCausland, the traditional tractor pulls returned to the Labor Day Celebration. NSP photos by Mark Ridolfi.