A barn that stood for more than 175 years, before being taken apart back in the early 1990s to make room for Wooster High School’s football stadium, will soon be reassembled at the Buckeye Agricultural Museum and Education Center.  The barn’s beams, which have been in storage for the past 30 years, are expected to be put back together over the next two months.  Once it is reassembled, the barn will be filled with exhibits on its history, along with information about Ohio’s other historic barns.  The restoration project is being funded with a nearly $200,000 grant from the state.