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“According to this WKKJ News story, Rob McCarley of Circleville, Ohio, paid $12,500 to shoot a hunting-preserve trophy buck with a rifle, and then tried to pass it off as a free-range deer at a check station, saying he killed it with a longbow.”
“It was incorporated in 1946 as the nonprofit Circleville Pumpkin Show Inc. Article three of its constitution stipulates the show benefit locals, which is why contestants for all competitions, from top gourd display to best white radishes, must live within a 21-mile radius of Circleville.”
“For Circleville, population 14,000, it's the biggest event of the year.”
“Last year's winner, Robert Liggett, a local optometrist and co-founder of the Circleville Giant Pumpkin Growers, received $1,000 and a trophy for his 1,622-pound entry.”
“Steven Wood Schmader, president of the Boise-based International Festivals and Events Association, says the Circleville Show has a good reputation and one of its promoters was inducted into the association's Hall of Fame.”
“He and Nancy Martin started the club years ago to make sure Circleville always had big pumpkins.”
“Circleville officials estimate the show can bring in 400,000 visitors over four days, assuming good weather and the occasional appearance of the Ohio State band.”
“Jack Mader Robert Liggett and his wife, Jo, pose behind their award-winning pumpkin at the 2010 Circleville Pumpkin Show.”
“For most of the year, James River is a local dentist in Circleville, a small Ohio town.”
“Things did not go well in Circleville for the Parkers, and his dad lost land to another homesteader in a property rights dispute;”
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