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Ideas start to form for use of iconic downtown Tribune building

Organizers expect design, construction phase of Tribune Building Project to start sometime this spring

1:31 AM, Feb. 13, 2014
Shirley Zayla, right, gave a suggestion Tuesday, on a way some of the space of the former Daily Tribune Building could be used, that brought a different reaction from Pam Ironside, left, Grand Rapids, and Amy Weimark, Wisconsin Rapids, second left, during the final idea sharing meeting of the Tribune Building project held at the Centralia Center in Wisconsin Rapids.
Shirley Zayla, right, gave a suggestion Tuesday, on a way some of the space of the former Daily Tribune Building could be used, that brought a different reaction from Pam Ironside, left, Grand Rapids, and Amy Weimark, Wisconsin Rapids, second left, during the final idea sharing meeting of the Tribune Building project held at the Centralia Center in Wisconsin Rapids.
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After months of planning, organizers of a south Wood County effort to find a reuse for an iconic downtown building hope to move into the design and construction phase this spring.

About 150 people participated in the final of four idea-sharing meetings Tuesday evening, concluding the first phase of an initiative to help determine an appropriate use for the former Daily Tribune building along First Avenue South. The project, which began in November, included brainstorming sessions, narrowing down the more than 900 ideas to several main categories and identifying which concepts could fit ...

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