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Last updated: May 15. 2014 2:51PM - 754 Views
By Aaron K. Nelson



A mule cart carrying signs supporting the re-election of Jailer Cheyenne McKinney broke down Wednesday afternoon on East Court Street. The bar connecting the animals to the cart had let go, necessitating some roadside repairs. The mules, Freddie Mac and Fannie May, waited patiently before trotting off with the cart once again in tow.
A mule cart carrying signs supporting the re-election of Jailer Cheyenne McKinney broke down Wednesday afternoon on East Court Street. The bar connecting the animals to the cart had let go, necessitating some roadside repairs. The mules, Freddie Mac and Fannie May, waited patiently before trotting off with the cart once again in tow.
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A mule cart carrying signs supporting the re-election of Jailer Cheyenne McKinney broke down Wednesday afternoon on East Court Street. The bar connecting the animals to the cart had let go, necessitating some roadside repairs. The mules, Freddie Mac and Fannie May, waited patiently before trotting off with the cart once again in tow.


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