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Gurley Celebrates Community

Thursday evening the traffic through Gurley surpassed normal in both the automotive and pedestrian variety as the village rolled out the red carpet for people to see what it has to offer, and where it started.

The first "A Night Out in Gurley" was held Sept. 5 with sites from the Gurley Jail to the Leyton K-8 school tours.

Visitors from the south were greeted with a stop on the walking historic tour, an example of history in the present day. The Outlaws Cafe has a history longer than many of the homes in Gurley, and Thursday it offered a dinner special of slider sandwiches. Visitors to the caf...


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