Not really a new building but repurposing an older building
The distinctive southern face of what is now a hardware store is Texaco mission-style, built in 1929 and active as a service station until 1962. The Sid's Liquor portion was built in 1938 as a bakery, and a corner of the building served as office space for Bill Porter and Al Neuharth, where they produced the newspaper SoDak Sports from 1952-1954. Neuharth went on to found USA Today...
http://www.argusleader.com/story/news/b ... 529855001/
Kansas City, Denver, Minneapolis, and Coast to Coast
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