Following a tough year, this win tops them all

There were plenty of winners at this year's Huron County Fair, but it would be hard to find any success story better than this one.
Joe Centers
Aug 20, 2012

 

There were plenty of winners at this year's Huron County Fair, but it would be hard to find any success story better than this one.

Nine-year-old Hunter Slone, son of Heather and Tim Slone, of Delphi, placed first in his class with his market lamb and is hoping to cash in at this morning's large livestock sale.

Slone, a student at South Central Elementary School, found out in December he has Ewing's sarcoma, a form of soft-tissue cancer. A feature story about the boy was published on the front page of Saturday's Reflector.

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Comments

mikeylikesit

i imagined your post in the voice of stewie griffin..

Kelly

Go bread?

Cliff Cannon

Extremely cool Hunter ! Keep up the great work. Personally, I look very forward to future stories about you that don't mention your $%^^$#@ cancer. After all, any young man with enough courage to kick the hades out of cancer,is going to have an amazing future,filled with wonderful stories of accomplishment. Thanks for inspiring us Hunter. God bless

slim white 24

What an evil youngman sell it to the slaughter house!!!!???? GO PITA!