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Published: Monday, January 14, 2013, 12:56 p.m.

Another bit of mill comes down (gallery)

  • Demolition crews work to take down the digester building at the old Kimberly-Clark Mill site Saturday afternoon.

    Jennifer Buchanan / The Herald

    Demolition crews work to take down the digester building at the old Kimberly-Clark Mill site Saturday afternoon.

Over the weekend, crews went to work tearing down the red-brick 1930s digester building at the Kimberly-Clark Mill site. The building was stubborn, and refused to come down cleanly.
See a photo gallery from the demolition work.
Click here to read stories and see photos from our Last Smokestack series.
Story tags » Kimberly-Clark

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