Lebanon Reporter

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August 17, 2012

Renovated LHS opens

Lebanon — There is one thing Lebanon High School students are thankful for in their first week in the extensively renovated building — more space.

In the old building, the hallways were so tight that students couldn’t get through some intersections without getting pushed, said senior Katie Curtis.

“Now there’s no more pushing, which is great,” said junior Kallee Rice. “The hallways being bigger is a big plus.”

Junior Spencer Portish also said the open layout of the school is nice. The new rooms are also set up in a way to make them not so crowded, he said.

For the rest of this story, see the Aug. 18 issue of The Lebanon Reporter.

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