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  • Artist recreates how Madison County town looked a century ago

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Kenzie Holzinger, daughter of Randy and Tonya Holzinger, is making a scale model of what Grantfork, Ill. looked like in the early 1900s for the village's centennial celebration on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1. Take a look at her progress. Megan Braa mbraa@bnd.com

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