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Heat keeps opening-day crowd down at Saratoga County Fair

 Jacob Cornwell, of Central Bridge, judges the 4H Nigerian dwarf dry yearling goat competition during opening day of the Saratoga County Fair in Ballston Spa on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
Jacob Cornwell, of Central Bridge, judges the 4H Nigerian dwarf dry yearling goat competition during opening day of the Saratoga County Fair in Ballston Spa on Tuesday, July 22, 2014.
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With high humidity and temperatures that reached nearly 90 degrees, it was a tough day to be out in the sun at the opening day of the Saratoga County Fair. However, the hearty fairgoers who could stand the heat didn’t have to wait in line to enjoy the rides, games or fair food on the midway. At 4 p.m., carnival rides were almost empty while the sun was high in the sky. Instead, people took ...


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