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Friday, April 25, 2008

That Fayetteville high school

Posted By on Fri, Apr 25, 2008 at 7:08 AM

A residents' committee, after months of study, has recommended what amounts to a compromise site for a new Fayetteville high school -- not at the current location and not a tract, already owned by the district, that had once been favored by many. This will depend, if the School Board is to approve, on UA (meaning UA students through fees and tuition) buying the current high school site. Also, here's coverage from D-G's NW edition.

Doug Smith looked at this in-depth for us last month.

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