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Veeder: Boomtown makes room for new travel center in old Johnson Corners schoolyard

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It’s not open yet, but the big black and yellow sign sits stuck in the frozen ground to remind me and the 10 million trucks and pickups that pass on the intersecting highways that it’s coming soon.

“Future home of Travel Center.”

It makes sense. The little building sits in the middle of a big lot at the busy junction of Highway 23 and 73, and if you’re coming to Boomtown from the oil fields or wheat fields, you might find yourself passing through.

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