by Kurt Hildebrand
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December 20, 2013
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ASPIRE looking for new digs

Douglas County’s alternative high school is looking for a new home. The ASPIRE program is losing its space on Water Street in June, and school officials are trying to secure a new location before that happens. The move will also affect the school district’s professional development center. Superintendent Lisa Noonan said she’s looking at two different Minden sites for the school which serves 70 students, both of which have challenges. One is the former Lira’s Supermarket, which has been empty since October 2010. “I love the location,” Noonan told school board members at their Dec. 10 meeting. “But it will …

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