Crookston's Wayne Hotel, Bena's giant muskie land on 'endangered' list
The old Palace Hotel in downtown Crookston is back on a list of Minnesota's "10 Most Endangered Historic Places."
The four-story structure, also known as the Wayne Hotel, was built in the 1890s. It made the top-10 endangered list in 2006 after Polk County acquired it through tax forfeiture. It fell off the list, compiled annually by the Preservation Alliance of Minnesota, when a plan to convert it to rental housing took shape.
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