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Outdoor briefs - Sept. 15
England Prairie Pioneer Days
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Chain saw sculptor Charlie Kirchenwitz works on a new creation. The Dent man features bears, eagles and owls among his work.
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Photos by Brian Hansel Ben Nolte unloads a Ford tractor from Lillquist Equipment in Sebeka for the 30th annual England Prairie Pioneer Days Show.
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A pair of vintage Internationals are displayed at England Prairie Days.
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Darlene Pooler of Parkers Prairie sets up shop at the England Prairie Pioneer Days Flea Market.
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The miniature replicas of Verndale woodworker Robert Sommars were prominently displayed for the enjoyment of people at England Prairie Days.
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The 30th annual show of England Prairie Pioneer Days was held over the weekend near Verndale.
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Neil Brownell of Oylen pushes a barrel on a tractor obstacle course.
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Dwayne Rosell and Rev. Larry Pearson of Rose City examine a replica of the old Verndale Flouring Mill which was destroyed by fire in 1912.
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Don Arent of Staples is served a big plate of food by Jan Trager at England Prairie Days.
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