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Packers, Vikings fans show their pride

10:57 PM, Jan. 4, 2013
Wearing a variety colors of National Football League teams, fifth-grade children eat lunch at Howe Elementary School Friday in Wisconsin Rapids. Nicholas Thurber, left, wears a cheesehead hat and a Green Bay Packers jersey, David Chang, right, wears a Packers jersey, while Courtney Abrahamson, center back, wears a soccer T-shirt colored Minnesota Vikings purple, and Lauren Ontl, front, wears a Pittsburgh Steelers jersey.
Wearing a variety colors of National Football League teams, fifth-grade children eat lunch at Howe Elementary School Friday in Wisconsin Rapids. Nicholas Thurber, left, wears a cheesehead hat and a Green Bay Packers jersey, David Chang, right, wears a Packers jersey, while Courtney Abrahamson, center back, wears a soccer T-shirt colored Minnesota Vikings purple, and Lauren Ontl, front, wears a Pittsburgh Steelers jersey.
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From school children to professionals, many residents have been decked out in Green Bay Packers apparel in preparation for tonight's playoff game between the Packers and Minnesota Vikings - but all does not glitter green and gold in central Wisconsin.

Today, the Green Bay Packers (11-5) begin their quest for the Super Bowl XLVII in New Orleans, hosting the Minnesota Vikings (10-6) at Lambeau Field. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The game is being televised on NBC.

Kylie Karnatz and her husband, Keith, enjoy ice fishing, snowmobiling, hunting and spending time with their daughter, Danika, 2, but ...

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