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Clearing the rubble in Prophetstown

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(Alex T. Paschal/apaschal@saukvalley.com)
Cleanup of downtown Prophetstown begins Thursday after a devastating fire July 15 destroyed eight buildings. The city last month awarded a $207,306.23 bid to Fischer Excavating, of Freeport, to remove the rubble. The cleanup could take about 3 weeks, Mayor Steve Swanson has said.

Cleanup of downtown Prophetstown begins Thursday after a devastating fire July 15 destroyed eight buildings. The city last month awarded a $207,306.23 bid to Fischer Excavating, of Freeport, to remove the rubble. The cleanup could take about 3 weeks, Mayor Steve Swanson has said.

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