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Crews Remove Corn Palace Domes In Renovation Project

July 10, 2014, 12:03 PM

Crews Remove Corn Palace Domes In Renovation Project
MITCHELL, SD -

Renovation work on the Mitchell Corn Palace is taking a big step.

The three iconic domes will come down to make way for an upgrade of new domes.

Along with the dome replacement, the two-phase renovation project also includes upgrades to lighting, larger murals and a walkout balcony above the marquee.

The entire project is expected to cost $7.2 million.

We'll have more in the progress later today on KELOLAND News.

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