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10/3/04

Planning for Next Year's Fair

If you didn't make it out to the South Plains Fair this week, you'll have to wait a year for another chance.

What now looks somewhat like a ghost town was busy with thousands of fairgoers just days ago. After a 9 day run the rides have stopped, the food is gone, and the shops are all closed up.

While this year's fair is now over, there is no time to rest. It's time for the planning to begin for next year's South Plains Fair.

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