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Shoppers fill the streets for Crazy Daze

Delbert Nichalson, an employee at Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, shows customer Kathy Sanders a toy Saturday morning as shoppers filled downtown Bemidji streets for Crazy Daze. Pioneer Photo/Delaney Daly...

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Delbert Nichalson, an employee at Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, shows customer Kathy Sanders a toy Saturday morning as shoppers filled downtown Bemidji streets for Crazy Daze. Pioneer Photo/Delaney Daly

Delbert Nichalson, an employee at Ken K. Thompson Jewelry, shows customer Kathy Sanders a toy Saturday morning as shoppers filled downtown Bemidji streets for Crazy Daze. Pioneer Photo/Delaney Daly

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