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Ron Sander of Sander Farms in Celestine stood over his antique threshing machine that was used to demonstrate how to thresh wheat during the Celestine Street Fest on Saturday. This was the third year for the fest; their proceeds are being saved for the community’s 175th anniversary celebration in 2018. …

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