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Marketville vendors Phyllis Seaborn, left, and Sharon Moody enjoyed success with their business called Twisted Sisters.

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You'd be surprised how many people let a ball python snake slither around their throat. Kaylee Patterson was one of them. "It doesn't bother me at all," said Patterson with the 2-year-old snake wrapped around her neck. "I think it's cute." The snake was one of the many animals on hand Saturday for the Southern Standard's seventh annual Marketville. It was the second year for the event to be held at the Blue Building and Wow Country radio station.

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