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False Fronts

Why must beauty be more than skin deep? Why be genuine when fake is more appealing? I’m just talking about buildings here. Modest little buildings occupied by business owners who

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The 1960’s, not the 1860’s!

In 1966 a group of intrepid ladies got together and saved Millermore. Our Junior Historians created a reenactment of this seminal event. This marked the beginning of what would become

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Luck O’ the Irish

There are signs that spring is just around the corner everywhere. Irises are blooming outside my window in the Education offices and patches of green are popping up all around

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Heads or Tails

This month our Education Department is trying something new, a badge workshop day for Girl Scouts. With cookie sales underway, we thought February was the perfect month to focus on

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This Is Progress?

Images are powerful. I think that is why I have always loved editorial cartoons. The artist can convey in one drawing what it might take an author multiple paragraphs and

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Thoroughly Modern Millermore

The frontier Millers, William and Emma, died in 1899. The Victorian era ended in 1901. Millermore survived to find new meanings in the 20th and 21st centuries. It was occupied

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