Sunday, April 30, 2017


Homer Smith, left, and Austin Tracy of BHS Construction install a stained-glass window at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Manhattan on Tuesday morning as part of an overall facelift. Stonework for the church was completed in 1860, and the building was used for hay storage during the Civil War, according to the church’s website.

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