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Perry writes new memoir on 'old-timer' neighbor

Posted: Wednesday, August 15, 2012 2:26 pm


If you live in the country, it is not unusual to hear the sound of roosters or cattle. Or, in the case of author Michael Perry (a resident of Fall Creek and a native of New Auburn), the boom of a 300-pound homemade cannon, fired by Perry’s 82-year-old neighbor Tom.

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