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March 6, 2014

Busy beavers causing headache for HamCo school district

Jasper — The Hamilton County School District finds themselves in the middle of a beaver dam, so to speak.

What was first falsely diagnosed by an outside firm as a sinkhole on school district property at Hamilton County High School, is actually damage incurred by some busy little beavers, according to Chuck Lambert from General Services.

The beavers have been clogging drainage pipes and tearing up the ground, as well as causing a large hole in the pavement to open up. Because of the hole in the street that the school buses utilize for drop-offs and pickups of students, bus routes around the high school have been temporarily re-routed.

Watch for the complete story in a future issue of the Jasper News.

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