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CELINA - School officials may create a full-time teaching position to help 60 students who do not speak English as a primary language. Celina City Schools district has the equivalent of five and a half full-time English tutors . . .
CELINA - A state law prohibiting flashing strobe lights is stupid and dangerous, city council president Jason King said Monday night. Safety service director Tom Hitchcock earlier this year agreed to remove the strobe devices f . . .
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