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Fire Is Arson

March 2, 2011

Name 
Ernest A. Brown

Mark Oppenheim, of Bellingham, clears debris from the road after he and other workers from Regional Industrial Services put up a chain link fence around the former Seville Dye Company after the fire, which tore through the vacant mill on Sunday, was officially declared arson by fire investigators Wednesday. Call Photo by Ernest A. Brown

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