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JULY 31, 2014 Search 
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Cover Story:
Carr’s Hardware is built to last


M.L. Dehm / For HBJ Maurice and Gail Libbing with mother and Carr’s Hardware owner Darlene Scott and shop dog, Indi. Last month the store turned 90 years-old and is still family owned and operated. Customers are fascinated by the old library ladders that are still in use in the store that dates back to 1924.
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MARYSVILLE — Few businesses are able to boast that they have been around for 90 years and even fewer can say that they are still run by the same family.  Carr’s Hardware in Marysville is one of those few. [Read More]
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