Last minute shoppers enjoy downtown

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Our Social Junction photographer Tina Bennett found Mr. and Mrs. Claus this weekend as they were overseeing the last-minute shoppers downtown. Some downtown stores have extended holiday hours and parking is free throughout the holiday season.
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Joe Cocker dies at age 70

Legendary singer/song writer Joe Cocker, a resident of Crawford, has died after a long battle with lung cancer. He was 70.



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