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Tracy Spicer
Assistant Editor

When the month of September rolls around, many people envision the end of summer and the start of another school year. However, for many Southern Californians, September means the return of the annual Los Angeles County Fair at the Fairplex in Pomona.

Pomona-resident Annette Lopez was one of the many Southern Californians who had her tickets in hand on the always-crowded opening day. She has attended the fair multiple times a season for the past 10 years and has her traditional agenda down pat. Read More.

Posted September 16, 2005
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