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Schools put $154 million bond to voters April 22

Local leaders try to bring water rights under local control

Chamber chooses Citizen of the Year candidates

Firefighters climb 69 floors in full gear for research

Fair royalty revealed, host fundraiser

Cedar Ridge purchased with locals considering development

Museum hosts program on floodplain restoration

Speech pathologist opens doors for local youth

Traveler's Journal goes south, way south, like Antarctica south

Boys basketball look to state while girls miss out on advancing far in playoffs

Swimmer and girls wrestlers to compete at state

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