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Patriotic finish to Harvest Days – Central Wisconsin News

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The Harvest Days parade, followed by city of Medford trick-or-treating was the finale of a weekend-long community festival that included events for people of all ages. Unfortunately, the community fun was marred by some mischief-minded individuals who took advantage of a community event to attempt to line their own pockets. Organizers are asking for people who have pictures of the Spooky Path to check the backgrounds of those pictures for the individuals.
Published 3 months ago · Taylor County, United States

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Patriotic finish to Harvest Days – Central Wisconsin News

Area veterans groups had a strong showing at the Medford Area Chamber of Commerce’s Harvest Days parade Sunday afternoon in downtown Medford. As in the past, area veterans provided a color guard to lead the parade. Representatives from 10 different veterans organizations led the parade along with parade Grand Marshall John McMurry a Medford centenarian and World War II veteran. He was riding

3 months ago·Taylor County, United States
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Dunkin’ unveils new Central PA community cruiser

ALTOONA, Pa (WTAJ)--Dunkin' officially unveiled their brand new Community Cruiser for the Northeast and Central PA region on WednesdayThis cruiser is similar to a food truck, but it features state-of-the-art equipment to make coffee. The truck provides free options for their original blend coffee, hot or iced, and sometimes seasonal items.The cruiser will travel across 29 Northeast/Central PA counties, including Bedford, Blair, Cambria, Centre, …

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Montezuma Community News

If you have not been to early vote, be sure to cast your ballot on Nov. 8. Voting determines the outcomes of how our government is run and what happens to us as individuals. I think some people are beginning to realize the difference it makes sometimes.The Community Center wants to send out a big thank you to those that came out and participated in the annual Halloween Fest held at the center on Friday, Oct. 28. There was food, fun, a costume co…

3 months ago·Henderson, United States
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