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S. K. Hoffman: Parshall General Store fire

Parshall General Store fire

The Parshall General Store burned to the ground on Feb. 12.

The Estate of Dorothy Hammer would like to demolish the burned down ruins and provide a clean sweep of the debris. However, the Estate has had some difficulty dealing with the insurance company that insured the building. For this reason, the Estate has had to delay the demolition, which is something it has been wanting to do for some time now.



Please accept our sincere regret for not being able to clean up the site and demolishing the building in Parshall, as the Estate loves Grand County as much as those who read this notice and publication.

The Estate has contractors in place to demolish the building and is willing to proceed when we are told by the insurance company has no more interest in inspecting the property.



The estate wishes to thank the people of Grand County and the Town of Parshall for your patience and understating of the difficult task of handling a devastating disaster such as the Parshall General Store burn down. Furthermore, The Estate wishes to thank all the firemen, first responders, the Forest Service, Grand County Offices, and all involved, for their great and kind service.

Once these matters are handled, the Estate will demolish and clean the site for the benefit of The Estate, Grand County, and the Town of Parshall. Thank you, again.

S. K. Hoffman

Executor, Estate of Dorothy Hammer


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