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Historic home stands in way of Chino Valley's Road 1 North light

Kay Lauster, president of the Chino Valley Historical Society, holds a circa 1920s photo of the Longmore Store at Jerome Junction (seen below) on Friday, Dec. 2. The building, now located at Road 1 North and Highway 89, is in the way of a future traffic light and road improvements. Lauster hopes to save the building and turn it into a Jerome Junction museum.
Photo by Ken Sain.

Kay Lauster, president of the Chino Valley Historical Society, holds a circa 1920s photo of the Longmore Store at Jerome Junction (seen below) on Friday, Dec. 2. The building, now located at Road 1 North and Highway 89, is in the way of a future traffic light and road improvements. Lauster hopes to save the building and turn it into a Jerome Junction museum.

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