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Thursday, July 24, 2014
County-wide Winter Wonderland

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(Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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"Angels we have heard on high..." (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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The Christmas train is just arriving in a tiny town on the campus of the Marshall Habilitation Center, located on East Slater Street. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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Captain Hook's pirate ship glides through the snow on the campus of the Hab Center, flying the Jolly Roger, with the captain himself at the helm. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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"Sheep may safely graze" (or in this case, reindeer) through the early evening hours of Dec. 6, during the season's first snowfall. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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(Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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Santa and Mrs. Claus made an impressive appearance atop the Marshall Fire Department's 95-foot ladder truck in the annual Christmas Parade in Marshall Friday, Dec. 7. The Marshall square was looking festive with a fresh coat of snow adding a sparkling backdrop to the annual Chamber of Commerce Christmas parade. Chamber Executive Director Ken Yowell announced winners of the float competition. The Bizy Beaver 4-H Club won top honors and a $100 prize. The Hicks Family float took second place and a $75 prize. And the First Baptist Church received the $50 third prize. (Kathy Fairchild/Democrat-News)
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George and Marie Benham of Marshall shared the title of Grand Marshall for the annual Marshall Christmas parade Friday, Dec. 7. (Eric Crump/Democrat-News)
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