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Hodag water show pavilion needs repair Submitted: 04/24/2014
Story By Dan McKinney


RHINELANDER - It won't be much longer before the Hodag water show gears up for the summer, but right now they need to make repairs to their building. Rod Olson says it may cost between $15,000 and $20,000 to make repairs to the building. To watch the video click on the video link.



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