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Rabbits, tarantulas and a cockatoo bird named Sassy: these are just a few of the animals located in the newly constructed Lambert Zoubek agricultural building at Wilber-Clatonia Public Schools.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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We want to hear from you, our readers, on what you think. So every week our Opinion page will feature a new poll that you can vote in. A new poll will be published every Wednesday and voting will end Sunday evening. Results will be published each week on our Opinion page.

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American Red Cross Bloodmobile Wilber coordinator Bobbie Ripa received the results the June 23 bloodmobile held at the Sokol Hall. Donors and volunteers made it a very successful drive helping with the demands despite COVID-19.