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Photo by Jeff Richards
Photo by Jeff Richards
From left, Stacy Johnson of the Utah Zero Fatalities campaign, Janet Brooks of Primary Children’s Medical Center, and Utah Highway Safety Officer Terry Smith present a check for $1,000 to Grand County High School on Monday, April 25, in appreciation for the school’s year-long participation in the “Don’t Drive Stupid” driver safety awareness campaign. Receiving the check, which includes $250 for driver education programs, are GCHS seniors Taylor Flanders (front) and Bridget Phillips, who spearheaded the school’s various “Don’t Drive Stupid” events this year. Also pictured are (from left) GCHS Principal Stephen Hren, teacher Maralee Francis, and Grand County Sheriff’s deputy Levi Mallory.

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