Sitting near the base of the Upper Town Wall in Index, the 1899 Bush House is looking more and more like the hotel it once was thanks to co-owners Blair and Kathy Corson, who are doing the restoration. The Bush House is also being nominated to the National Register of Historic Places. (Dan Bates / The Herald)

Couple faithfully renovating historic 1899 Bush House in Index

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