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Travis Feuchtmann, project manager for Contegrity Group, and Dave Schmidt, Stevens County Maintenance Director, set the time capsule in a wall in the entry to the new county courthouse.

Contents of Stevens County Courthouse 2010 time capsule

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The time capsule for Stevens County's new courthouse has been set.

The 70-pound stainless steel capsule was set in an interior wall in the entry of the courthouse building. The new capsule is expected to be opened in 50 years.

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Here's an index of the new items placed in the 2010 capsule:

Books

Korean Veterans: "The Forgotten War but not the Forgotten People", 2003

"Keeping Track of Alberta" 1998

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