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Thursday, May 5, 2016
Sherwood and Roberts time-temperature sign registers a very hot late afternoon on August 6th 1961. File photos courtesy of the Union-Bulletin.
106 N. 2nd Avenue
Temperature 111 degrees at 6:08 pm, and gas is 34.9 cents per gallon at the Chevron Station on Rose St corner