Tyler Weaver, 9, has won the Hudson Falls, New York, library's summer reading contest five years in a row, and Library Director Marie Gandron says that's enough. She says Weaver “hogs” the contest and should step aside. Since he hasn't, she said she planned to change the rules so that the winner is just chosen from names drawn out of a hat. But now she says she can't do that since Tyler's mother told the local newspaper about her plans.
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