Moorhead preps for Yellow Dog

By BY MARK H. STOWERS FOR THE E-T,

It was 1975, mood rings, pet rocks and eight-track tapes were all the rage and the Yellow Dog Festival in Moorhead had its very first occurrence.

I was 12 years-old and as a member of Boy Scout Troop 47, we were assigned to wash and wax the firetrucks for the parade and display.

 
 
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