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Last Update Tuesday, August 21st, 2018
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Truck and tractor pulls returned to the Josephine County Fair this year on Thursday and Friday.

The 2018 edition of the Josephine County Fair is over, but life goes on at the county fairgrounds.

On Monday, crews were still putting things back the way they were before the annual fair began its four-day run, ending Saturday.

"After a long week last week, this is a cakewalk," said fairgrounds worker Mark O'Dell, who was using a forklift late in the afternoon to lift lighting equipment onto a flatbed truck. Read More »

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