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KMS State Track eighth

Eighth grade students who participated include Kaden Botkin, Connor Crozier, Trent Davis, Collin O'Brien, Tristan Johnson, Chase Larson, Cameron Liston, Justin Little, Blake McClung, Jack McDonald, Cade McNeill, Colby DeRaad, Michael Ullestad, Jamie Briggs, Bailey Carter, Nikki Cunningham, Makaelyn Goemaat, Hannah Hatch, Brandie Kirkwood, Shaye Nichols, Rita Stull, Lorin Miller, Lucy Olson, Quinlan Robuck, Ashley Dethrow, Taylor Harding and Haili Swan. (photo courtesy of Ben Overman)

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Upon completion and reopening of Third Street, should the City of Knoxville wait to start the next stage of the Streetscape and Infrastructure project until 2015?

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