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Faith Bemiss | DemocratAlthough the 2014 Missouri State Fair doesn't begin for two weeks, the fairgrounds were busy with prep work on Wednesday. John Wilson, on ladder, and David Gueltzau, of Johnson Properties in Warsaw, were working on Truck's Place near the Swine Pavilion. “We're putting in a hood vent,” Gueltzau said. “We've been here about three weeks.” He said they should be done with the cafe Wednesday, but then would begin working on “little” Truck's Place over by the Dairy Barn.
Faith Bemiss | DemocratAlthough the 2014 Missouri State Fair doesn't begin for two weeks, the fairgrounds were busy with prep work on Wednesday. John Wilson, on ladder, and David Gueltzau, of Johnson Properties in Warsaw, were working on Truck's Place near the Swine Pavilion. “We're putting in a hood vent,” Gueltzau said. “We've been here about three weeks.” He said they should be done with the cafe Wednesday, but then would begin working on “little” Truck's Place over by the Dairy Barn.
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Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Although the 2014 Missouri State Fair doesn’t begin for two weeks, the fairgrounds were busy with prep work on Wednesday. John Wilson, on ladder, and David Gueltzau, of Johnson Properties in Warsaw, were working on Truck’s Place near the Swine Pavilion. “We’re putting in a hood vent,” Gueltzau said. “We’ve been here about three weeks.” He said they should be done with the cafe Wednesday, but then would begin working on “little” Truck’s Place over by the Dairy Barn.


Faith Bemiss | Democrat


Craig “Bulldog” Jackson, a plumber and seasonal worker for the State Fair Plumbing Shop and Steve Morris, works on repairing a water main break on the fairgrounds Wednesday. “It’s one of the main supplies to the concessions,” he said. Jackson added that this is his 16th fair.


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