And even though he's retired now you can still see his set thanks to the museum of north texas history.
The set here at Channel 3 was taken down and put back together at the museum downtown on Indiana.
It's now finished and ready for viewing.
It's in the Heritage Hall, which gives museum-goers a history of the area.
Joe started working here in 1963 and he barely missed a single day on the air in all that time until his health failed last year and he finally decided to retire.
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