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October 3, 2014 12:30 PM

In banjo heist, competing voices emerge for Sir Walter Raleigh statue

One day after a banjo cutout went missing from the Sir Walter Raleigh statue, a Twitter account and scroll appeared arguing that the statue is happier without the instrument that had been placed on Sir Walter during World of Bluegrass festivities.

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