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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Elie Roberts, left, and Eli McDonald, of Impact Signs, work to get the new welcome sign in place Tuesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. Roberts said they were working to lower the sign onto the pole so it could be welded.
Nicole Cooke | Democrat Elie Roberts, left, and Eli McDonald, of Impact Signs, work to get the new welcome sign in place Tuesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. Roberts said they were working to lower the sign onto the pole so it could be welded.
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Nicole Cooke | Democrat Elie Roberts, left, and Eli McDonald, of Impact Signs, work to get the new welcome sign in place Tuesday afternoon at Smith-Cotton High School. Roberts said they were working to lower the sign onto the pole so it could be welded.


Nicole Cooke | Democrat The new directional welcome sign at Smith-Cotton High School can be seen just before entering the school parking lot. At night the upper half of the sign will be lit.


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