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Richard Ryman column: Kewaunee County looks beyond nuclear plant closure

6:19 PM, Mar. 16, 2013
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Folks in Kewaunee County are going through the five stages of grief at different speeds over the May 7 closing of the Kewaunee Power Station.

The five stages are denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. You could sense a little of all of that going on at two meetings Wednesday dealing with the nuclear plant closing.

Kewaunee County Economic Development Corp., which met at Rendezvous of Luxemburg, is clearly at the acceptance stage, working on strategies to live in a post-power plant world. Getting $50,000 from the Wisconsin Economic Development Corp. doesn't hurt. ...

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