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A spare black Bible kept in a cabinet on the second floor of the Lancaster County Courthouse was used to administer oaths during court proceedings Tuesday.
Unlike stacks of records and other materials, the Bible survived the fire that destroyed much of the historic courthouse Monday morning.
A two-week court term was slated to start Monday at the courthouse, but was moved to the courtroom at the Municipal Justice Center on Arch Street. Despite a sudden change of venue, things appeared to flow normally Tuesday morning.
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