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Signs of Corn Fest are beginning to emerge in downtown DeKalb…and drivers will have to prepare themselves, as traffic patterns will be changing over the next few days.

Roads will be closed off starting at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon; these will include Lincoln Highway between First and Fourth, Locust Street between Second and Fourth, and Second and Third Streets from the railroad tracks north to Oak Street.

Part of Locust Street and Third Street will remain open, so customers can use the drive-thru at First State Bank; but that, too will be shut off beginning at noon on Saturday.  All streets will reopen at 9 o’clock Sunday night.

Carnival rides are being set up in the city lots between Oak and Locust Street, as well as the lots at Ronan-Moore-Finch Funeral Home and Frontier Communications.  Those are already closed, and will remain so until Monday.

The city lots at Fourth and Grove and Second and Grove will stay open throughout the festival; street parking on Locust Street on the east side of Fourth Street will also be available.

P.J. Harrigan

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