In miscellaneous news, I heard third-hand that the Historical Society's Tea Party on Sunday was a big success. (They weren't even audited by the IRS.) A fireworks store is preparing to reopen in the old Sears store so people can stock up for the Fourth. SJC has refinanced its long-term debt with financial institutions that have a local presence. Yesterday Little Indiana was filming around Rensselaer for a show that may air on June
Also, today is the last day of school for the local schools.
I forgot to mention that the June 1 Country-Western night at eMbers was a success with over 250 people attending. Bub's BBQ ran out of food early in the evening--and they started with 700 pounds of meat. The next public event is a comedy show on Friday, June 28. For details, see here.
Update 2: On Friday I checked progress and it seems that the west end of the station will be enclosed. A door with glass and one window are installed, and it seems that next week the rest will be installed.
The middle room probably was originally meant to be a rest room. It will be interesting to see what it will be in the finished station. It now has a door. The little compartment on the east, which contains the electrical boxes, also has a door. A metal roof is mostly installed, and the railings are being re-arranged.