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Wed July 16, 2014
Without Intervention, Old Barns Stand Defiantly Or Fall Unceremoniously
The barn is an icon of the American work ethic and rural nostalgia. On Wednesday's Central Standard, we explored the trend of rehabbing and restoring old barns that would otherwise fall into irreversible decay.
We also spoke with people throughout the nation and in our own area about the challenges of preserving these structures.
Do old barns -- the red ones with big huge doors -- still matter, even as larger steel structures replace them in function?
Our guests and callers responded to this question with a resounding yes.
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