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Middle and high school get well-needed face lift

WRANGELL, ALASKA When the students of Wrangell's middle school and high school start classes on Tuesday, they'll notice some changes. For the past few months, a team from Johnson's Construction has been hard at work remodeling both schools. KSTK's Lisa Phu met up with foreman Mike Symons at the new entrance of the high school and got a tour of some of the improved features.
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