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Topping off delayed

Trinity High School sophomores Paloma Saldana and George Kessel sign the final steel beam to be placed in construction of the THS addition on Wednesday. They were among the students, faculty, staff and the public who were invited to sign the beam...

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Trinity High School sophomores Paloma Saldana and George Kessel sign the final steel beam to be placed in construction of the THS addition on Wednesday. They were among the students, faculty, staff and the public who were invited to sign the beam. The steel-signing was part of the “steel-raising and topping off” event, though placement of the two beams was delayed because of high winds. (Press Photo by Linda Sailer)

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