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NEWS Ketchikan Daily News KETCHIKAN (AP) - Safety and Pride Patrol leaders at the Tongass School of Arts and Sciences officially suited up for the first time Monday, donning orange vests, hats and gloves with reflectors and flashing lights.

Students learn safety, leadership on patrol

Nick Bowman | Ketchikan Daily News In this Feb. 10 photo, August Cooper, front, and Joleyn Cobbs, members of the Tongass School of Arts and Sciences' Safety Patrol, wait at one of the entrances to the Valley Park building at the end of the school day in Ketchikan.
Nick Bowman | Ketchikan Daily News In this Feb. 10 photo, August Cooper, front, and Joleyn Cobbs, members of the Tongass School of Arts and Sciences' Safety Patrol, wait at one of the entrances to the Valley Park building at the end of the school day in Ketchikan.
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