SHELBY COUNTY, Ind. - Two years after losing its fair grandstand to a fire, Shelby County has a new one that was dedicated this weekend.
Investigators believe arson was the cause of the 2012 fire that destroyed the old grandstand.
Now, thefinishing touches are being put on the new grandstand at the county fairgrounds.
It features new bathrooms and a protective area underneath for severe weather.
Watch our video for more.
The Shelby County Fair kicks off Monday, but a lot of events have already been underway at the fairgrounds.
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