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Cornelius second-graders take to crayon and paper to bring Kid Scoop back

Washington County Manager Tom Maurer, who oversees the Hillsboro Argus, told second-graders in Cheryl Hall's class at Cornelius Elementary School on Wednesday, June 4, that their letters and drawings helped persuade him to bring back Kid Scoop this summer. Read more.

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