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A few welding students said ahead of the Capital City Welding Classic that they were a little nervous about the competition, but they knew they would use skills that they had already learned in their classes at the Franklin County Career and Technical Center. 

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Madelyn Pennington, a second grader at Peaks Mill Elementary School, really enjoyed her ice cream sandwich, a reward that she and many of her peers received Monday for joining the school’s Never Been Absent, or NBA, Team. 

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Three things stick out immediately when walking into Suzie Hellard’s sixth-grade classroom at Elkhorn Middle School. The lighting from the floor-lit lamps is low, it feels like a hip dorm room and the students — scattered among hightop tables, overstuffed couches and refurbished dining room …

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Kristen Waits, the former Franklin County Schools administrative assistant to the superintendent, has begun a new position — communication and information coordinator — after Armando Arrastia’s contract ended in January.

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