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ROCHESTER, Minn. (AP) — After years of sitting vacant, the old Kenyon high school building is considered a community eyesore. Next year, the city of Kenyon hopes to make headway toward getting rid of it.


The state became the owner of the 1916 school building last year after a local developer, who purchased it from the school district in 2000, defaulted on his taxes.

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