Cooper House in Nescopeck Torn Down
NESCOPECK, Pa. -- The Cooper House in Nescopeck is torn down. The home was built in 1817. Many people watched as demolition crews took it down. "It's not a proud day for this town," Bill Waltman of Nescopeck said. "It's very sad to see the history of this town being tore apart, ripped down." William Longenberger's business, Barry's Service, is next to where the house once stood on West Third Street.
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