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These photos originally appeared on WayNet in July 2007.

This year's drought has caused difficulty for area farmers who need straw for bedding and hay to feed their animals.

The chicory plant provides beautiful blue color along Indiana roadways.
Earlham College was the finish line for more than 1,000 RAIN Ride participants who comleted their one day, 160 mile bike ride across the state of Indiana, from Terre Haute to Richmond. Representatives  from the Commission on Presidential Debates found the community cooperation and hospitality remarkable during their visit here on July 18th as they reviewed Richmond's bid to host the 2008 debates.
The countryside near Fountain City looks much like it did when Charles Conner was painting the area.  Don't miss the Charles Conner exhibition, at the Richmond Art Museum until August 5th. Summer gardens bring nature up close and personal.
 

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On this page: Red tractors and wagons in a freshly cut wheat field.  Insect gathers pollen from a blue chicory flower.  Group of bicyclists receive congratulatory hand shake after completing the RAIN ride across Indiana.  Civic Hall Performing Arts Center stage decorated for the Commisson on Presidential Debates visit.  Stream in rural Wayne County.  Hummingbird and butterfly amid purple cone flowers. 


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