The walls are coming up at the new wing to the high school that will house the Lamar County College Career Academy. Ground was broken in spring.
“After a few delays because of the weather, we’re truly going great guns,” said superintendent Dr. Bill Truby. “There have been few additions or deletions from the original plans as far as the structure goes. We continue to review our need for technology, safety and security to make sure we don’t have to go back and make improvements once the project is completed.”