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House fire heavily damages duplex

12:30 AM, Jul. 6, 2013
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About a week after crews completed a two-month, $5,000 renovation project on the building, a century-old home on Wisconsin Rapids' northeast side is uninhabitable after a Friday evening fire.

Paul Hendren, of Grand Rapids, has owned the two-story, 100-year-old house at 710 11th St. N. for 18 years and said it is the first time he's ever seen anything like the fire. He received a call from the duplex's downstairs tenant, who was in the house at the time, shortly after 6:30 p.m. Friday. The upstairs tenant was not home.

"I've never had a fire in 18 years," Hendren said. "I'm very cautious. I was in ...

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