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LIVESTREAM: Mitchell Board of Education June 13 meeting

The Mitchell Board of Education will get its first look at the plans for the proposed new Mitchell High School building Monday evening.

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MITCHELL — The Mitchell Board of Education will get its first look at the plans for the proposed new Mitchell High School building Monday evening.

The board will review the plans at its regular meeting Monday, June 13, at 5 p.m. in Room 10 at the Mitchell Career & Technical Education Academy.

Robin Miller, an architect with the architecture firm Schemmer, of Omaha, Nebraska, is expected to present the initial plans for the proposed building, along with other information relevant to the project.

The Mitchell Republic will livestream the meeting in the video box below, beginning at approximately 4:55 p.m.

You can read our preview coverage here.

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