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NO ORDINARY HERO: Homer Wells shares his story

July 6, 2014

CHURUBUSCO — With his large squash plants throwing their vines about wildly, abundant with blossoms this early in the growing season, Homer Wells has long been enjoying his retirement.

Wells, 90, welcomes weeding his onion beds and tending to his large home garden. Legally blind, he can no longer drive and must have his son Carl drive him to town once a week.

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