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Tomahawk's first Kwik Trip celebrates opening Submitted: 09/07/2017
Allie Herrera
Allie Herrera
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Tomahawk's first Kwik Trip celebrates opening
TOMAHAWK - Tomahawk's first Kwik Trip celebrated its opening last week.

The new convenience store is north of downtown on the corner of Fourth Street. It replaced an old strip mall torn down early this year.

Some business owners had to move out of that space earlier than expected to make room for Kwik Trip.

Construction began in February.


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