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Animals, Food And Fun At Turner County Fair

August 13, 2014, 9:46 AM

Animals, Food And Fun At Turner County Fair
PARKER, SD -

South Dakota's oldest county fair is underway.

It is the third day of the Turner County Fair in Parker.  Planned events include a pie contest, enduro races and a lamb show.

The Turner County Fair ends Thursday.

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