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“Come May my daughter will finally graduate and become a registered nurse. I am proud because she has worked so hard for it and she worked from the time she got out of high school and had three children. The oldest is 13 and the youngest is 5, but she had a hard time trying to get through. It is important so she will be able to take care of her and her children without depending on anybody. I have taken care of her children while she works over the weekends, while she goes to her clinicals by taking them to their dance or football. I have been there for the whole thing to support her. I am very proud of her for sticking with it and achieving her goal.”

People of Fenton: Hallway Aid Marla Pilarius

McKenzie Lookebill, Online Editor in Chief February 9, 2018


A walk down memory lane

Kelsie Lane, Writer November 21, 2015

A great movie can shape a generation, influence its viewers, or even inspire new ideas. Taking a trip down memory lane, life lessons from these movies can be remembered.There’s always a moral at the...

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