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Drought good for school construction
By Jesef Williams
INDIAN LAND – While farmers, landscapers and probably most others wish for rain, the lack of precipitation has been great for crews working on a school conversion project in Indian Land.
The building that once housed Indian Land High School is being renovated and turned into the new Indian Land Middle School.
Dry weather has helped the project remain on schedule for the school to open in January, when students return for the beginning of the semester.
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