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The district retained about 50 students in the third grade last year because they did not pass the IREAD-3 assessment.

Michelle Sokol

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Ruth and Noah Smucker will build a greenhouse behind their home, where they will install tanks for their aquaponics business. 

Sharon Hernandez

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Wear your flip-flops and don’t be afraid to feel uncomfortable and unqualified. 

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The 40th commencement ceremony honored the 38 students who made up the class of 2015.

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The sentence was handed down Thursday, May 28 after a jury convicted Jose Jesus Macias on 11 felony counts. 

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Panther freshman Erica Stutsman was clocked at 2:20.66 in the 800 meters Tuesday, May 26, at the Warsaw Girls Regional. The old record of 2:23 was set by Angie Whetstone in 1985.

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Here’s a look at what you missed on the Truth Radio 1340 Early Edition with Tommie Lee Friday, May 29.

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These Canadian-made hot tubs, now available at AGN Market in Middlebury, are built to work in some of the coldest and harshest climates in the world.

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