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Denison Residences Open For Christmas Tour

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DENISON, TX -- People checked out the residential side of Main Street as part of a special tour that gave them the view from up above the street.

The Christmas Loft Tour included five stops on West Main Street and the Inn of Many Faces on West Morton Street. Participants got to climb some stairs and check out the view.

One shop owner who opened her guest rooms for the tour says there are several residents nearby. "We will have people walking at night, taking their pets out, and always someone stopping by to bring you up on the latest," says resident Jo Mills.

Denison High School students checked in visitors on Saturday as part of their service for the National Honor Society.