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  • Take a peek inside Highland's new bed-and-breakfast, bookstore

    The owners of The Tibbetts House, Highland's newest bed and breakfast and book shop, located at 809 9th St. in Highland, give a first look inside the business and a sneak peak at the new themed guest rooms.

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Love relaxing and reading? New Highland bed-and-breakfast is also a bookstore.

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