Marsing’s Miller becomes county queen

The new Owyhee County Fair and Rodeo queen didn’t have to drive far to be crowned before a raucous crowd Saturday evening.

Annie Miller, the 2019-20 queen, is a Marsing High School junior and is deeply entrenched in Owyhee County activities and events.

And the rodeo arena in which she received her crown and sash from 2018-19 Queen Emma Carley is a familiar spot. She took part in the Owyhee County 4-H Horse Show on Aug. 5-6 to start fair week.

The 16-year-old is vice-president of the Marsing FFA chapter and has been involved in 4-H for eight years, currently in the Pony Express club.

Annie is the daughter of Darin and Janet Miller and is active in many other clubs. She’s also a Healthy Living Teen Advocate and co-facilitator of the Marsing Health Coalition.

She has represented the county at the 4-H Teen Conference, Know Your Government, and more.

Annie was named the horsemanship award winner in the queen contest, too.

First runner-up Kyleigh Davis, from Eagle, received the speech award and was named Miss Congeniality. Kyleigh is the daughter of Ken and Tia Davis and attends Eagle High School.

Murphy’s Cindy Read was second runner-up and is the daughter of Dennis and Michelle Read. She attends Melba High School.



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