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Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of construction


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CMR students, staff and friends gathered Sept. 13 outside the fieldhouse to break ground on the multi-purpose facility which will be built in the next 12 months. The improvements to CMR are part of the district’s overall $98 million plan to update buildings and replace aging facilities.

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Groundbreaking ceremony marks start of construction