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Our compliments to readers sharp enough to know where the detail in last week's clue was hiding.

Dr. Marc B. Kramer writes that it can be found at "the local office of Pike County Light & Power at 105 Schneider Lane, just east of Milford off Route 6/209. Building was the former location of Luhr's lumber yard."

There you go.

Doug and Babette Dow and Pike County Commissioner Matt Osterberg also submitted correct answers.

Thank you for playing along.



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