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John & Faye Cooper purchased the store in 1979 and set out on a journey of discovery. They moved their young family into the top two floors of the store and began the work of preparing to open. There were many questions, but the two most important were 1. What do we need to fit in with our community? And 2. What would an old general store carry that is still useful to our neighbors? That's where they started.



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