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VIDEO: Valley City man has been going to North Dakota Winter Show for 55 years

For many, coming to the Winter Show is a family tradition. Leroy Triebold, of Valley City, N.D., has been coming to the event for the past 55 years, never missing a year. He started coming when he was five with his dad.

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For many, coming to the Winter Show is a family tradition.

Leroy Triebold, of Valley City, N.D., has been coming to the event for the past 55 years, never missing a year. He started coming when he was five with his dad. 

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