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July 20, 2013

Four, please

Nathan Weimer, Hyndman, Pa., buys four tickets for admission to the Allegany County Fair & Ag Expo from volunteer Aaron Clark of Frostburg Saturday afternoon.

Brody Anderson poses Saturday with his award-winning hog prior to the 4-H/FFA Livestock Sale. Anderson’s 249-pound female won three titles, Grand Champion Hog, Champion County Bred Hog and Champion Bred and Owned Hog.

Magician and balloon artist Dennie Huber from Altoona, Pa.,  involves local children in his stage show earlier in the week. From the left are Bryson Rhodes, 10, Frostburg; Emma Trexler, 5, Rawlings; and Connor McDaniel, 5, Rawlings. The youngsters sang and marched to the patriotic tune “You’re a Grand Old Flag.”

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