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District researching drug testing policy for students

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Ridgemont Schools Superintendent Emmy Beeson shared at the Thursday evening board of education meeting that she and her administrative team have begun to investigate policy and procedures for implementing random drug testing for student athletes and possibly student drivers as well.

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Portman lands James E. Burk Award

WASHINGTON — U.S. Senator Rob Portman, R-Cincinnati, received this week the James E. Burke Award from The Partnership for Drug-Free Kids for his work to combat addiction. 

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