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AERIAL ACES: Whitley Co. Barnstormers take to the skies

July 13, 2014

COLUMBIA CITY — Huey helicopters, and WWI and WWII fighter planes streaked through the skies above Columbia City as a squadron of aces performed aerial feats.

The Whitley County Barnstormers held an open house Wednesday at Peabody Public Library to educate the general public about the sport of piloting model airplanes.

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