Wednesday, October 18th, 2006
Photo by Shelley Grieshop
A cooked goose
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Workers from B&B Wrecking of Cleveland take down a portion of the coal chute or "neck" of the Blue Goose along South Main Street in Celina on Tuesday. City officials say the entire structure will be demolished within the next 60 days, if all goes well. The smoke stack is next in line for dismantling, followed by the steel siding on the 109-foot-high failed power plant that has been a landmark along Grand Lake since its construction in 1969.
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