For decades kids visiting the Comal County Fair and Rodeo have pedaled, strained and willed a small tractor towing a tiny sled down a dirt path — chasing that sometimes all-too-elusive full pull.
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Cougars, Warriors, Wolves, Hawks, Rangers and Unicorns — this year’s Comal County Fair and Rodeo parade attracted the prideful parents of members of school marching bands and ROTCs, as well as spirited squads and energetic dancers, to Main Plaza Friday morning.
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