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Metrodome Cranks Up the Heat to Melt Off Snow

Metrodome officials are making sure the heavy snow in downtown Minneapolis doesn't bring the roof down. It's been almost two years to the day since 17 inches of snow in 24 hours tore holes in the inflatable dome, forcing the Vikings to play the final two games of the season elsewhere.

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Metrodome Roof Collapse Was a Year Ago Monday

It's been almost exactly one year since three panels of the Metrodome roof collapsed after a storm dropped 17 inches of snow in 24 hours, and Metrodome officials are ready to mark the anniversary on Monday night.

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Metrodome On Track To Host Events By August 12th

The Metrodome's operators say installation of its new roof is on track and they now think it will be ready to host events again on August 12.

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Panel Considers Metrodome Roof Repair Contract

The commission that owns the aging Metrodome
in Minneapolis is expected to award a contract Friday to the only firm that bid on replacing the roof that collapsed under heavy snow in mid-December.

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Upsala Supermarket Roof Collapses After Storm

Residents of Upsala are having to travel to do their grocery shopping after snow collapsed the roof of a local supermarket. The roof of Paul and Kathy's Supermarket caved Monday after a weekend snowstorm.

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Snow Causes Glenwood Business Roof Collapse

Snow buildup has caused the roof of a hardware store in western Minnesota to collapse. The roof of Wagner Hardware in Glenwood collapsed just before 4 p.m. Tuesday. All five employees in the store got out safely. No customers were in the store at the time of the collapse.

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Damage At Farmamerica Could Top $100,000

Officials at the Farmamerica interpretive center near Waseca say damages from a roof collapse could top $100,000. Heavy snows caused a large portion of a machine shed roof to give way on Monday.

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