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Fifth-graders boost fish population at Murray’s popular Willow Pond with unusual project

An unusual elementary school project teaches fifth-graders about the circle of life, while also assisting the state in planting fish into a popular Murray waterway.

Ready, set, go — running step in step for technology

Liberty Elementary students run for exercise, raise funds for Chromebooks.

AMES student coordinates empowerment week

AMES student Iman Ibrahim helps to empower classmates to stand up for their beliefs.

Students, teachers appreciate recognition, tell their stories at Murray Chamber’s education luncheon

Students and teacher tell stories and give thanks for being recognized at Murray Chamber of Commerce’s fourth annual education luncheon.

It’s only the first battle, but students want more

Grant students expand in their reading genres and improve reading skills as they participate in the school’s first Battle of the Books competition.

Career day sparks interest in students

Liberty students learn about careers and the paths that will take them there.

Brothers create adaptive jump-rope device for school STEM fair

Viewmont STEM fair gave students a chance to identify a problem, brainstorm solutions and test their prototypes.

Dates set for local high schools’ commencement exercises

Area high school graduation dates set.

‘Peter and the Starcatcher,’ ‘Xanadu’ spring productions at Murray high schools

Cottonwood and Murray high schools to put on spring performances.

McMillan third-graders learn more about historical figures

McMillan third-graders discover more about people in history through their A Day at the Museum program.

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