Texomans fiddled away at this years Fiddlin in the Falls contest. This is the second annual contest where children and adults competed for the chance to win cash prizes. But for those entered into the contest, it was more than that, it was about showing people that the art form is still alive.
"Fiddling is a very popular art form. It's been passed down through generations and we just did not have a contest up here in Wichita Falls and so I felt like the need to try to start one up here and so far the response has been very good," said David Holcomb, director of the contest.