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The summer reading Program at Weller Public Library is a popular place for many of the town's youngsters this summer. The group listens attentively as Roberta Broom, one of the program's guest readers, reads out loud. Kids are treated to cookies and punch, then get to pick something interesting from "The Crypt," which groans menacingly as it is opened each week.

Ten Years Ago

July 14, 2011

When you hear Bobbi and Barney Chambers talk about Sophie, Cleo, Denny, Lone Star and Superdude, you'd think they're talking about a circus family of seven that's not getting enough quality time together. "We don't see them enough," Bobbi Jo Chambers says about her loved ones. "We're putting on too many of these shows." But the couple from Cottonwood, Idaho, a town about two and half hours from Dayton, is actually pining after more time with their show mules, some of which they've had for almost a decade.

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