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Liberty Cafe 

Liberty Cafe owner Todd McDowell (left) officially closed his grill in Liberty Warehouse two weeks ago, but still provides coffee, TV and conversation for longtime customers Tom Sexton and Walter Denning (right). McDowell is looking for a place to relocate the cafe, which has been its current home since 1948.

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  • Liberty Cafe owner Todd McDowell (left) officially closed his grill in Liberty Warehouse two weeks ago, but still provides coffee, TV and conversation for longtime customers Tom Sexton and Walter Denning (right). McDowell is looking for a place to relocate the cafe, which has been its current home since 1948.
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  • Photo by Lissa Gotwals
  • Nov 15, 2006
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