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PHOTO OF THE DAY: MEAT MEN

This undated photo shows, from left, Leo Laber, L. W. Morfeld and Ted Pidde, Sr., inside the butcher shop located on the east side of Freeman’s Main Street — just north of what is today home to The Vintage Vault.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: STREET SHOW

This was the scene Saturday evening, July 7 as the fourth annual Black Widow Customs' Show and Shine unfolded in downtown Freeman. Organizers were pleased with the response as more than 80 entries were recorded.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: OLD CHURCH

This classic photo offers a good look at the St. Paul Lutheran Church when it was located on Poplar Street (Great Western Bank location) prior to 1963, when the current structure was erected along Seventh Street near the hospital.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: SHOW TIME!

Neil Muenchow stands in front of his business, Black Widow Customs, Saturday morning, July 7.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: SHADOW EFFECT

Check out this photo taken using a drone at Freeman's Independence Day celebration Sunday, July 1.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: PATCH WORK

Duane Walters, public works director for the city of Freeman, works to patch up the intersection of Main Street and Fourth on Thursday morning, July 5. The work was scheduled to be completed a week ago, but was thwarted by the rain.

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PHOTO OF THE DAY: HAPPY 4TH OF JULY

Fireworks explode over Freeman during the community's Independence Day celebration Sunday, July 1.

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20 YEARS LATER

The June 24, 1998 Freeman Courier front page story announcing “Plans unveiled for arboretum” introduced area residents to the concept of transforming pastureland to a unique community recreational area.

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