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That 1,900-pound pumpkin is going to make a lot of pies and bread

An annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California has a new winner: a third-grade teacher from Washington state who raised a giant one weighing 1,910 pounds. Cindy Tobeck, 42, who lives outside Olympia, Wash., said her pumpkin grew steadily since she planted it in April, spending much of...
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That 1,900-pound pumpkin is going to make a lot of pies and bread

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An annual pumpkin-weighing contest in Northern California has a new winner: a third-grade teacher from Washington state who raised a giant one weighing 1,910 pounds. Cindy Tobeck, 42, who lives outside Olympia, Wash., said her pumpk...

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