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Brothers Running Length of West Coast to Raise Awareness About Natural Medicine

Brothers Running Length of West Coast to Raise Awareness About Natural Medicine

Isaiah Godby jogs along Business Center Drive while running the entire length of of the West Coast to raise awareness about natural medicine Tuesday in Fairfield. Isaiah started in Mexico while his brother began Jeremiah began in Canada. The two will meet up completing their journey tomorrow in Davis. (Conner Jay/Daily Republic)

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