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Historic Cooke's Murphyhouse opens its doors

June 4, 2014

Photo by Katherine Porter – From left: Michelle Bogacki, John Paul MacDonald, Jack Cleaver, Tina Clancy, Cindy Herzing, Phyllis Cooke, Dwight Cooke, Abbi Peters and Fred Peters cutting the ribbon at a ceremonial ribbon cutting held by the chamber of commerce.

Phyllis and Dwight Cooke have recently opened the doors of Ridgway's newest bed and breakfast, the Cooke's Murphyhouse, located in a historic home along East Avenue.
The home, located at 111 East Ave., was built in 1894 as a gift to the bride of Sam Murphy, the son of Walter Murphy of the original Hyde-Murphy Company.

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