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 The fate of the old opera house building at the corner of Williams and Forest remains in limbo, according to City Inspector Lee Schneider.
In a report to the Great Bend City Council Monday night, Schneider said he has been in contact with the owners of the collapsing building, David and Barbara Pitcock of Hays. They have indicated they are currently seeking an engineer to determine the best options of repairing the building.
Early in the morning on Dec. 18, a large chunk of the back west corner crashed to the ground. Later in the day, Schneider declared the structure ...

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