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March 19, 2013

34th Street construction

MT. VERNON — — Excavation work by Oniger Excavating is continuing on 34th Street. The street is closed on North Ambassador Lane to Veterans Memorial Drive. The street is being repaved and widened, and drainage  improved. New sidewalks have been installed on the west side of the street from J.L. Buford School up to the construction zone.

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  • Science Fair 4

    Mrs. Harlan's seventh grade students at Opdyke-Belle Rive Grade School displayed their projects at in the gymnasium of the OBR during the science fair on Wednesday. The students participated in the fair as part of their science grade. Students and staff were encouraged check out each display and ask questions about the experiments. Some of the projects included conducting electricity from lemons, bubble gum flavors that lasted the longest and which soil grew soy beans the best.

    In the name of science

    Mrs. Harlan's seventh grade students at Opdyke-Belle Rive Grade School displayed their projects at in the gymnasium of the OBR during the science fair on Wednesday. The students participated in the fair as part of their science  grade. Students and staff were encouraged check out each display and ask questions about the experiments. Some of the projects included conducting electricity from lemons, bubble gum flavors that lasted the longest and which soil grew soy beans the best.

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