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Plaque honors former Willmar mayor

Delores Hoglund stands with Mayor Marv Calvin by a plaque presented Tuesday morning with a flag-raising ceremony at the downtown Selvig Park dedicating the park in memory of "Mr. Willmar, Richard "Dick" Hoglund. He served the city for more than 4...

Delores Hoglund
Delores Hoglund stands with Mayor Marv Calvin by a plaque presented Tuesday morning with a flag-raising ceremony at the downtown Selvig Park dedicating the park in memory of “Mr. Willmar, Richard “Dick” Hoglund. He served the city for more than 40 years, including four years as mayor. Hoglund died March 29 at the age of 90. (SUBMITTED)

Delores Hoglund stands with Mayor Marv Calvin by a plaque presented Tuesday morning with a flag-raising ceremony at the downtown Selvig Park dedicating the park in memory of “Mr. Willmar, Richard “Dick” Hoglund. He served the city for more than 40 years, including four years as mayor. Hoglund died March 29 at the age of 90.

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