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L.A. County Fair opens 86th year

Len Ly
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If there is one love locals and tourists have a guilty pleasure for, it is the return of the largest annual county fair in the nation.

The Los Angeles County Fair returned on Sept. 8 to the Fairplex in Pomona with Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger cutting the ribbon to kick off the 18-day festival.

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