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Consul hotel significantly damaged in late-night blaze

Members of the Consul Fire Department battle the flames inside the Consul hotel Monday morning, which broke out in the living quarters on the south end of the building (inset). No one was injured in the blaze.

By Marcia Love A prominent piece of Consul's history was ravaged by a late-night fire over the weekend. The south side of the Consul Motel Bar & Grill was gutted by a fire that broke out at about 12:30 a.m. on Monday. The lone occupant of the hotel, its owner, was able to get out safely. The Consul Fire Department and EMS responded to the… Read More »

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Members of the Consul Fire Department battle the flames inside the Consul hotel Monday morning, which broke out in the living quarters on the south end of the building (inset). No one was injured in the blaze.

Consul hotel significantly damaged in late-night blaze

By Marcia Love A prominent piece of Consul's history was ravaged by a late-night fire over the weekend. The south side of the Consul Motel… Read More »

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