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Grant County Historical Museum

The Grant County Historical Museum, a 1906 Carnegie Library on the National Register of Historic Places, is operated by the Grant County Historical Society. It is open 2-5 p.m. on Sundays, Memorial Day-Labor Day (late-May through early-September), and by appointment. The Society also operates the Historical House and Country School, First Congregational Church and the Dolan-Justice Memorial Museum, all in Milbank; and the Agricultural and Tractor Museums and The Brown Earth Church…

Mark Middlebrook
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Historical Gems: Grant County Museum

Grant County Museum is a testament not only to that county’s history, but also to rural and small-town life just about anywhere. It’s also a testament to one of Arkansas’ most powerful people of the 20th century, W.R. “Witt” Stephens. So, maybe it’s fitting that an article about this exceptional repository begins and ends with […]

AY Magazine
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Things to Do in Grant County

Located between Indianapolis and Fort Wayne, along with I-69 in Grant County with a population of around 70,000. It’s a great area for a little weekend getaway with lots to see and do. Here’s a sampling of ten things to enjoy when spending time in Grant County. Bad Dad Brewing Located in Fairmount,

Lisa Miller
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West Virginia ghost linked to Country music's 'Big Bad John'

GRANT TOWN, W.Va. — If you've ever had the opportunity to descend into a West Virginia coal mine, you might have come away with a new sense of the absolute darkness. The coal itself seems to absorb what little light might reach into the deep. Though the darkness can inspire dread, the deadly nature of mining can lead the mind beyond the brink of terror. Agonizing death has been a companion of miners since its beginning. Rock falls, gas and dust explosions, and sudden suffocation by unseen…

Leonard White