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Some residents at Ardrey Kell Villages oppose HOA's plan for directional signs; 'Whoa those arrows are ugly'
Tony Mecia
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Schedule presented to the school board would allow 'skill development workouts' to start over the next few weeks
Tony Mecia
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In-person/remote instruction to start Nov. 2 for K-5, Nov. 23 for grades 6-8, Jan. 5 for high school; 1 week at school, 2 weeks at home until further n…
Private school had gone with fully in-person classes on Aug. 31; plans to go to hybrid model next week and resume full classroom learning on Sept. 28, …
Tony Mecia
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With the doors closed since March due to the pandemic, owner in no hurry to reopen fully; He doubts people will 'come play in moon bounces anytime soon'
Cristina Bolling
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