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    Elizabeth Bridgers speaks about the three generation family business The Cloth Barn located on Ash Street next to Stoney Creek. This is the second time a flood has devastated the business, the first time being Floyd. They lost $500,000 worth of stock and don't know if they will be able to come back from this one.

Elizabeth Bridgers speaks about the three generation family business The Cloth Barn located on Ash Street next to Stoney Creek. This is the second time a flood has devastated the business, the first time being Floyd. They lost $500,000 worth of stock and don't know if they will be able to come back from this one. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Elizabeth Bridgers speaks about the three generation family business The Cloth Barn located on Ash Street next to Stoney Creek. This is the second time a flood has devastated the business, the first time being Floyd. They lost $500,000 worth of stock and don't know if they will be able to come back from this one. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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