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Newton Main Street holds ribbon cutting

Published: Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 10:31 a.m. CDT • Updated: Monday, Oct. 2, 2017 10:56 a.m. CDT
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(Kayla Singletary/Daily News)
Newton Main Street held a restoration ceremony and ribbon cutting Friday afternoon as four of Newton’s largest murals completed the restoration process.

Newton Main Street held a restoration ceremony and ribbon cutting Friday afternoon as four of Newton’s largest murals completed the restoration process. Original artist Carl Homstad was in attendance as well as Halle Siepman who did the restoration work. The four murals restored were the 36-by-82 foot mural on the west side of the E-Clips building featuring a welcome to Newton message, the 16-by-35 foot American flag mural on the VFW building, the 30-by-135 foot Newton farm scene mural at Sersland Park and the 12-by-50 foot mural on the west side of The Farmer’s Wife building featuring Newton stores.

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