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Celebrating 100 years in Between

Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2008 1:00 am

BETWEEN — In the 100 years since the little hamlet between Monroe and Loganville first became known as, well, Between, the town has seen a lot of changes.

"It's changed a lot," said Bobbie Byrd, 80, a lifelong resident of Between. "We used to have a school, a gin house, a corn mill, two more stores and a lot more. It's pretty much all gone."

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