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Wolf Creek Inn's new concessionaire Andrew Shroyer and his sister, Sally Lopez, deliver new pillow-top mattresses to the inn on Saturday. The inn and its restaurant reopens March 30.

By Shaun Hall of the Daily Courier

WOLF CREEK — Andrew Shroyer, the Wolf Creek Inn's newest concessionaire, carried brand new pillow-top mattresses into the inn on Saturday.

"People are going to love them," he said.

The 135-year-old inn and its restaurant reopens March 30. It's been a long time coming.

Local resident Sandy Lathrop, who worked at the inn for 30 years as a waitress, stopped by to greet the newcomers. Read More »

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