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Monday, 27 September 2010 13:11

ABOVE: Nearly 3,000 ducks approach the finish line Saturday afternoon at the annual Chamber of Commerce Duck Race Festival. The first duck that crossed the line was adopted by Catherine Colvin, which earned her $6,000. Delari George’s duck came in second winning $2,000. Joyce Wigner won $1,000 for third, with Suzanne Nix taking home $500 for fourth. The last place duck  – the Hard Luck Duck – won $500 for Martha Cherry. Daily Leader photo/Jessica Crawford LEFT: The T.O.P.S. Hippies (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) cheer after they were selected as the best chili by the judges at the KSCB Chili Cook-off Saturday during the festival. For more photos of the chili cook-off winners, see PAGE 5. Daily Leader photo/Robert Pierce

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