photo by Dennis Dalman
The yellow-brick building at the Verso paper plant suddenly became visible again after years of being hidden behind the more modern additions at the mill. The brick structure was built between 1905-1906, virtually as old as the City of Sartell. This is a scene looking east from across the river near the DeZurik plant. City officials have already decided the building cannot be saved as a landmark as the cost would be prohibitive. It will have to come tumbling down.

Standalone photo: ‘Lost’ building becomes visible suddenly

photo by Dennis Dalman
The yellow-brick building at the Verso paper plant suddenly became visible again after years of being hidden behind the more modern additions at the mill. The brick structure was built between 1905-1906, virtually as old as the City of Sartell. This is a scene looking east from across the river near the DeZurik plant. City officials have already decided the building cannot be saved as a landmark as the cost would be prohibitive. It will have to come tumbling down.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

photo by Dennis Dalman The yellow-brick building at the Verso paper plant suddenly became visible again after years of being hidden behind the more modern additions at the mill. The brick structure was built between 1905-1906, virtually as old as the City of Sartell. This is a scene looking east from across the river near the DeZurik plant. City officials have already decided the building cannot be saved as a landmark as the cost would be prohibitive. It will have to come tumbling down.

photo by Dennis Dalman
The yellow-brick building at the Verso paper plant suddenly became visible again after years of being hidden behind the more modern additions at the mill. The brick structure was built between 1905-1906, virtually as old as the City of Sartell. This is a scene looking east from across the river near the DeZurik plant. City officials have already decided the building cannot be saved as a landmark as the cost would be prohibitive. It will have to come tumbling down.

Dennis Dalman

editor@thenewsleaders.com

Dalman was born and raised in South St. Cloud, graduated from St. Cloud Tech High School, then graduated from St. Cloud State University with a degree in English (emphasis on American and British literature) and mass communications (emphasis on print journalism). He studied in London, England for a year (1980-81) where he concentrated on British literature, political science, the history of Great Britain and wrote a book-length study of the British writer V.S. Naipaul. Dalman has been a reporter and weekly columnist for more than 30 years and worked for 16 of those years for the Alexandria Echo Press.
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