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  • Catawba fans in York County flock to river for fun, escape from heat

    The Catawba River in York County was full of floaters, boaters and fishing rods Sunday as visitors flocked to the water to cool off and have fun. Many river visitors rented interlocking tubes for groups of fun-seekers, while others paddled in kayaks. Others stayed in the shade on the banks for a little fishing and relaxation.

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