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Taking away history

Dear Editor:Hi, my name Grayson Cidzik. The Red Onion is a great place to eat. The reason why you shouldn’t tear the Red Onion is because it’s Aspen history! So, if you take away Aspen history then what cool history will we learn?The Red Onion is a great place for history. Like the bar table is the same as it was 100 years ago. Also the Red Onion is 125 years old. Why should we tear it down when people go there all the time? We already have a lot plenty of non-history stores. But this restaurant is not like any other restaurant.Grayson CidzikThird-grader, Aspen Elementary SchoolAspen

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