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The building is owned by the Matheny family, owners of Matheny Motors. The family owns the plot of land surrounding the building and is planning to bring a new commercial venture to the location that will offer employment opportunities to local residents.
However, they are still in the very early stages of that process. The Matheny family has a long history with the building.
The great-grandfather of Tim Matheny, one of the current owners of Matheny Motors, worked in the building fromwhen it was an International Harvester farm equipment location. The building has had a of owners over the years, most recently Chapman Printing. WTAP will continue to provide additional details as development on the lot progresses. Jan Dils Student Athlete of the Week.
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