By Sydney Yalshevec

Out with the Old

Coop revamps corner station


Sydney Yalshevec

The old building, long standing opposite of Vince's Corner on Chestnut Street is reduced to rubble by workers as the Panhandle Coop makes future plans for the lot.

Friday, July 18, the building on the corner of Chestnut and Highway 30 was demolished. The building sat on the same site as the 24 hour fueling station managed by the Panhandle Coop. Although the building has been demolished, the fueling station is not going anywhere.

Many in the community would agree that, prior to it being removed, the building next to the 24 hour fueling station was an eyesore of sorts. Panhandle Coop agreed and upon examining some facts and figures made a decision on what they could do with their little fueling station.

Susan Wiedeman, Marketing Director for Panhandle...

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