TUSCUMBIA, Mo. –
When the stimulus bill passed last year, the first "shovel-ready" project in the country was a new bridge over the Osage river at Tuscumbia, Mo. Some, including St. Louis Mayor Francis Slay, thought it was a bad idea. David Weinberg went to Miller County to see how residents feel about the project and the controversy. Archival photos courtesy of the Miller County Historical Society.
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