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Road Work Ahead? Uh, Yeah, Now it Does

Anyone with a car, has driven in a car, or has eyes knows how bad roads can get. Potholes and cracks litter the street. It doesn’t feel good and it doesn’t look good. Everyone who attends Thunderbird High School and any parents who drop their kids off knows that the Thunderbird road was in a horrible condition. Thankfully, road work was done to this crumbling road and now it’s as smooth as a…

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