By David Veseth
PCN Correspondent 

Construction News for January 13, 2021

 

January 13, 2021

The old Malta Junior High School building after the fire during Christmas Eve of 1995. Photo by Tom Schumacher.

One thing that I had the chance to do a week ago, was to see a crew taking down a grain elevator along US Highway 2.

They took it down because it was falling down and unsafe.

I brought some pictures down to the Phillips County News the other day.

The pictures were of the school buildings that burned down in the Christmas Eve fire of 1995.

I was nine-years-old when the old Malta Junior High and High School buildings burned down.

I remember Tom Miller (Former Phillips County Sheriff) guarding this line that said, "Sheriff's Line - Do Not Cross."

I remember Mrs. Hanson telling us that there was smoke coming out of the school when we were at church on Christmas Eve.

My last update is that a dentist is buying my father's dental practice and will soon open it up.


The old Malta High School building after the fire during Christmas Eve of 1995. Photo by Tom Schumaker.

 

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