Only a few windows remain to be replaced in the Calhoun County Courthouse, a project that has improved the looks of the structure.

The old steel-framed, single pane windows have been removed, and replaced by double-pane vinyl versions, which are expected to increase the heating and cooling efficiency of the building.

Many of the over 100 windows would not operate correctly, and now all will close.

The original windows were installed when the building was erected in the early 1940s.

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