The Jackson County Junior Fair is back again for the 47th year in a row.
But this time it's really something special! There are the usual rides, animals, food and games. But this year is also the 100th anniversary of 4-H.
The fair draws people from all over West Virginia and neighboring states.
Last year the truck pull drew about 15,000 people.
The fair is open all this week until Saturday. To check out a 4-H project about the fair on the web you can go to www.jcjf.com.