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Fayette Commission honors three students

The Fayette County Commission Thursday honored three local students who will serve on a model regional commission during the upcoming school year. Front row (L-R): County Commission Chairman Steve Brown, Model ARC students Amelia Traylor, Ellie Klarl and Harrison Gibbs, Fayette ARC respresentative Bob Reeves and County Commissioner Charles Oddo. Back row: Tyrone Mayor Eric Dial and County Commissioners Randy Ognio, David Barlow and Allen McCarty. Photo/John Munford.

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must be up for re-election this year. Got to get his picture in the news somehow.

naturegrl

must be up for re-election this year. Got to get his picture in the news somehow.

naturegrl

Super smart kiddos! Congrats!

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