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New store to replace northeast Nebraska grocery lost to fire

New store to replace northeast Nebraska grocery lost to fire

Posted By: Channel 8 Eyewitness News

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OSMOND, Neb. (AP)

        A new store is being built to serve a northeast Nebraska community that lost its local grocery to fire.

        Owner James Bessmer said that the community support helped him make a decision to reopen in downtown Osmond.

        Nobody was in Tiger Town Food & Floral Center when flames erupted July 9 in the three-story brick structure. State investigators ultimately determined that the fire originated in the meat department and attributed it to old wiring. 

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