Honeydew's Hangout 

Plans for new businesses could mean big changes for a one-store town

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Linda Stansberry

For decades Honeydew has been a one-stop town: one stop sign, one school and one store. At the height of the logging boom in the 1950s there was a community center, a church and a service station, but for as long as…

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