Old West re-enactments part of Cowboy Day event in Paulding
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Attendees can step out of the new South and into the old West at high noon Saturday during the eighth annual Cowboy Day in north Paulding. The town of Ynot, pronounced “why not,” is a replica of an old West town and will host the event . Attendees pay an entry fee of $10 per car for a day of Western-themed activities. Actors, friends and family members will re-enact duels and historic events in the “town,” which includes store fronts, a barber shop, saloon, jail, church and more. Ch...
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Should Georgia ditch Common Core Math like Missouri, Maine and Ohio?