Wind Storms Reveal Hidden Idaho Falls History

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0  Updated at 11:49 am, April 11th, 2012 By: Managing Editor
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(IDAHO FALLS) – Recent wind storms have given Great Harvest Bread a new makeover in downtown Idaho Falls. Local News 8 reports that high winds have done significant damage to the eastern wall of the building, knocking off stucco to reveal signs more than 100 years old. Owner John Van Orman says he likes the vintage look, and is paying to have the rest of it fully restored. The advertisements date back to around 1907.

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