By Gazette Staff Writer — Wednesday, October 2nd, 2019 On September 25th 1999, the Vision 20/20 Time Capsule was buried. Now, after 20 years, the time capsule was unearthed on Wednesday, September 25th. The City of Fillmore now has the contents of the capsule upstairs on the 2nd floor of City Hall during regular business hours: Monday – Thursday and every other Friday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. A copy of The Fillmore Gazette was included.
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Ross Perot's pop culture ubiquity remains hilarious and weird
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