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Plans for Camp Lookout include restoration, museum


Camp Lookout, one of Sidney's oldest buildings, was once owned by the army and also served as a brothel during the seedier days of Sidney's history, but in the future it will serve as a pictorial museum chronicling the city's past.

"It'll be kind of the history of Sidney," said Kathy Wilson, chairperson of the Boot Hill Restoration Committee.

The Boot Hill Restoration Committee purchased Camp Lookout in 2010. This building is located on the corner of 10th and Elm on the north side of town.

Although one might not be able to tell from the run down exterior of the building, the commit...

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