OMAK, Wash. - Portions of a plywood plant that burned will be rebuilt.
Managers of Colville Indian Power and Veneer say the fire caused up to 4 (m) million dollars in damages and idled 210 workers. Mill managers say they expect to rebuild the structure that houses the plant's log processor and replace equipment in about 10 days. A company official says most workers would be back on the job in a couple of weeks. Firefighters and plant workers saved the main building where plywood is produced, and the powerhouse was also undamaged.