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    Kerry Butler, a welding specialist and foreman for A. Zahner Co. in Kansas City, worked on the Sky Station sculpture that was removed recently from Bartle Hall. Butler and co-worker Steve Ebert are working inside an enclosure to ensure the high quality of the welds. The work will take about two more weeks.

Kerry Butler, a welding specialist and foreman for A. Zahner Co. in Kansas City, worked on the Sky Station sculpture that was removed recently from Bartle Hall. Butler and co-worker Steve Ebert are working inside an enclosure to ensure the high quality of the welds. The work will take about two more weeks. Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
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