LOWELL | The Tri-Creek School Corp. board canceled its work session scheduled for Thursday.
Nathan Kleefisch, assistant superintendent at Tri-Creek School Cooperation, talks to the crowd Thursday night at Lake Prairie Elementary School about the recent black water incident and how it is being addressed.
Valerie Wilczewski of Lowell, who has children that attend Lake Prairie Elementary, holds a bottle of the water that was obtained from the school during Thursday night’s water quality meeting at the school and asks why some other tests weren’t performed on it.
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