At age 120, it's getting a new life

BLACKWELL -- The Blackwell Flour Mill has stood for 120 years in this Kay County town. Closed for many years, it was expected to be burned down. But there's a new effort under way that not only will save the structure but give it a new purpose and a new life, Tulsa's News On 6 reports.
www.newson6.com Published: July 25, 2013
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BLACKWELL -- The Blackwell Flour Mill has stood for 120 years in this Kay County town.

Closed for many years, it was expected to be burned down.



But there's a new effort under way that not only will save the structure but give it a new purpose and a new life, Tulsa's News On 6 reports.


See this story on www.newson6.com


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