Thursday, October 01, 2015

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 An alphabet soup of letters on a wire pallet on the back of a truck await installation recently on the neon sign outside the Observer Publishing Co. building on South Main Street in Washington. The glass tubing of the “R” and “S” in the word “Observer” later cracked. “Technical difficulties,” said sign technician Anthony Sibert, left. “Once it's installed, it's solid” and impervious to weather, said Brian Price, right. Sibert said the old glass tubing removed from the 1940s sign was so thick that he “could throw it across the street and it wouldn't break.” read more

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