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History was a liability, and so was torn down

by Carolyn Newman WALSENBURG — Tears and anger marked the city council’s decision to raze an historic Walsenburg home. The council had the final say in 1970 concerning the house on West Seventh (now in the area of the swimming pool park). The very next morning after the council vote, the house went down. “Reduced
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