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    In Appalachia, Putting a New Spin on Marblesi
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    September 24, 2013 7:01 PM
    There was a time when Americans did not need video games or cable television to keep them entertained. All they needed was a few handmade marbles and a flat piece of ground. Reporter Mike Osborne recently visited the hill country along the border between the states of Kentucky and Tennessee where marbles play is still a popular sport.

    In Appalachia, Putting a New Spin on Marbles

    Published September 24, 2013

    There was a time when Americans did not need video games or cable television to keep them entertained. All they needed was a few handmade marbles and a flat piece of ground. Reporter Mike Osborne recently visited the hill country along the border between the states of Kentucky and Tennessee where marbles play is still a popular sport.


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