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Posted:  March 20, 2013

“48 Hours” visit to Syamore shows how Sycamore history is important and relevant.

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Posted:  March 8, 2013

Welcome to the Sycamore History Museum’s new website. This project has almost been a year in the making. I hope you enjoy all the new features we have to offer! There are several different aspects to our website. First, you have probably noticed all of the faces. We really wanted to show our audience that […]

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Posted:  February 19, 2013
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Recently, I started reading the book “Wonderstruck” by Brian Selznick with my son. The story had been recommended by a friend, and we enjoyed the author’s first book. However, I did not really know what the book was about before we started reading it the other night. I was surprised to find out that part of the story involves a museum.

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Posted:  February 7, 2013
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Wisconsin’s Green County started with a dozen barn quilts in 2008, and as the project has grown so has the interest from both leisure and bus group travelers. Using a map in the Green County Visitor Guide, travelers can plan their own loop tours on the scenic back roads. Along the way, they’ll see working […]

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Posted:  February 4, 2013
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Every high school has talented people who are celebrated with awards, trophies, and/or scholarships, but what happens to them after graduation is not always as well-known.

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