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Smiley's new coat to be finished Friday

Crews working on the new Smiley water tower are applying two additional coats of paint and should be finished with the project sometime Friday, the Grand Forks Public Information Office said.

New Smiley
LeadCon Inc., employees Rich Schmidt and Dan Anderson paint a smiley face on the Purpur water tower Wednesday. The smile stretches 24 feet across the tower with 20 feet between the top of the eyes from the bottom of the smile. Herald photo by Sarah Kolberg.

Crews working on the new Smiley water tower are applying two additional coats of paint and should be finished with the project sometime Friday, the Grand Forks Public Information Office said.

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