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HERMISTON — When students return to Hermiston High School on Wednesday, Aug. 30, they will be greeted by a new $13 million annex that officially opened to the public during a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Thursday, Aug. 24.

Dozens of community members, including city and county officials, turned out for the event. The new 26,640-square-foot building has 13 classrooms that can hold an average class size of 24-32 students. It replaces four module buildings the school used to accommodate the growing student population.

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