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Classics Roll Through Town In The Annual Sugar Valley Rally

 

Daria Anderson-Faden/The Observer

Earl and Tony Johnson prepare to leave Kimball after their required pit stop. They were driving a 1937 Studebaker, which Earl found at a junk yard and refurbished.

Sugar Valley Rally participants Earl and Tony Johnson arrived in Kimball on Friday afternoon, May 31 for the required pit stop and needed refreshments. The Scottsbluff father/son duo were driving their 1937 Studebaker, silver with maroon fenders.

When the Johnsons arrived in Kimball, Tony got separated from his dad and wandered around the parking lot at the Event Center looking for the entrance, he was having difficultly maneuvering the parking curbs. Karen Morrison, who was waiting to cheer on her husband and grandson in the rally, quickly came to his rescue and escorted him around the p...



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