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DRAG RACE: Mud and metal mayhem take stage

July 17, 2014

Fan favorite Curt Hrina storms though the race track in his signature camouflage Jeep.

COLUMBIA CITY — Engine exhaust and mud filled the air at the Whitley County 4-H Fairgrounds Grandstand Monday for the inaugural Mud Drag Race. Coordinating the event was Jeremiah Ballard, seen frantically moving from truck to truck in his Whitley County 4-H Polo shirt, khaki shorts and mud-caked cowboy boots.

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