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Letter: Many thanks are offered following fire at business

By Richard and Susan Dyke, Kenny, Maralee, Bryan, Jim and Ken, Worthington The owners and employees of Dyke's Auto Salvage, Inc. want to express our utmost thank you and appreciation to everyone that helped in any way in responding to the fire at...

By Richard and Susan Dyke, Kenny, Maralee, Bryan, Jim and Ken, Worthington

The owners and employees of Dyke’s Auto Salvage, Inc. want to express our utmost thank you and appreciation to everyone that helped in any way in responding to the fire at our business.

  • To the Worthington Fire Department along with the fire departments from Bigelow, Lismore, Round Lake and Rushmore that answered the call for mutual aid as well as the other area departments that offered assistance.

  • To Burger King, Jimmy John’s, Schaap Sanitation, Dayna von Holdt and all who provided food and water for the firefighters.

  • To the Minnesota Highway Patrol, Nobles County Sheriff’s Department and Worthington Police Department for not only the traffic control but continuing to monitor our property after the fire to prevent any further loss.

  • In addition, since the fire, we want to thank Nobles Cooperative Electric, Dan’s Electric and Frontier Communications for getting our electric and telephone service back up and working. We are open and “back in business.”

A fire is something a person hopes will never happen to them, but after experiencing the support of offers and help we have received -- not only from our community but surrounding communities as well -- we are glad we live in Worthington, Minn.

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