Valley Voices: Overturned Truck

The driver of this overturned truck was OK. It took a pair of heavy-duty tow trucks to get the semi upright. [Submitted photo]

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On its side

Department of Public Safety troopers were on-scene Tuesday at the SR-303 Lone Mountain northbound off-ramp for an overturned semi truck. The driver was okay. The truck required two heavy-duty tow trucks to get upright.

SPEED A FACTOR?

Took the turn too fast. Would hate to have to explain that to the boss. — @megangodley83

 

DUSD approves salary hikes

A 10-percent increase for teachers and certified support staff and a 5-percent increase for all others was approved by the Dysart Unified School District governing board during their May 9 meeting at the Nathaniel Dysart Education Center.

GOOD MOVE

Good for you, Dysart USD. Now we just have to get the education funding fully restored. — @EBAYNaughtyNice



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