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The fur still flies at Tucson Greyhound Park

A melancholy lingers around Tucson Greyhound Park, the residual from fans who abandoned this track in droves, lured away by tribal casinos or repelled by dog racing's increasingly seedy reputation. Indeed, the entire industry is a mere shadow of its post-World War…

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