Trojan wall

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Employees of Thomas and Marker Construction of Bellefontaine continue work on the new entrance to Findlay High School Friday. The $2.5 million project will close the gap between the current main entrance and the auditorium. The entrance, which will include a slanted roof and glass walls, will resemble the architecture of the nearby Millstream Career Center, which opened in 2012. The project is expected to be finished sometime this fall and is being paid for by the district’s permanent improvement levy. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

Employees of Thomas and Marker Construction of Bellefontaine continue work on the new entrance to Findlay High School Friday. The $2.5 million project will close the gap between the current main entrance and the auditorium. The entrance, which will include a slanted roof and glass walls, will resemble the architecture of the nearby Millstream Career Center, which opened in 2012. The project is expected to be finished sometime this fall and is being paid for by the district’s permanent improvement levy. (Photo by Randy Roberts)

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