Local dignitaries knock pieces of rock from the wall of the Big Well in Greensburg, Kan., Monday, Sep.19, 2011 during a "rock breaking" ceremony for the construction of the new Big Well Museum. The city of Greensburg was nearly destroyed during a tornado in 2007 and is being rebuilt as a "green" city.
Local dignitaries knock pieces of rock from the wall of the Big Well in Greensburg, Kan., Monday, Sep.19, 2011 during a "rock breaking" ceremony for the construction of the new Big Well Museum. The city of Greensburg was nearly destroyed during a tornado in 2007 and is being rebuilt as a "green" city. The Wichita Eagle
Local dignitaries knock pieces of rock from the wall of the Big Well in Greensburg, Kan., Monday, Sep.19, 2011 during a "rock breaking" ceremony for the construction of the new Big Well Museum. The city of Greensburg was nearly destroyed during a tornado in 2007 and is being rebuilt as a "green" city. The Wichita Eagle

Greensburg leaders, residents 'break rock' on Big Well Museum

September 19, 2011 06:30 AM

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