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Dough to rise again after boulder flattened bakery

Bakery owner Robert Dubuc is resurrecting Bread, Coffee & Cake in Mendota Heights, about 10 minutes from the St. Paul spot where a boulder "the size of two vans" fell on the roof and destroyed the original bakery about a year ago.
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Bakery owner Robert Dubuc is resurrecting Bread, Coffee & Cake in Mendota Heights, about 10 minutes from the St. Paul spot where a boulder "the size of two vans" fell on the roof and destroyed the original bakery about a year ago.

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