A giant American flag, recently removed from the hill where the Simplot mansion stood, will be replaced once the demolition of the house is done, Simplot spokesman Ken Dey said.
A giant American flag, recently removed from the hill where the Simplot mansion stood, will be replaced once the demolition of the house is done, Simplot spokesman Ken Dey said. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
A giant American flag, recently removed from the hill where the Simplot mansion stood, will be replaced once the demolition of the house is done, Simplot spokesman Ken Dey said. Kyle Green kgreen@idahostatesman.com
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