LOOK: LISTEN and LEARN?

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Well, maybe not for some of the students I noticed in the two photographs taken at Lake City High School. Travis Campbell took the time to plan and present a very important program for the students at Lake City concerning safety measures to be taken while driving near our area railroad crossings. What a shame that there were some in the audience who felt the messages they were getting on their iPhones deserved their attention more so than Mr. Campbell. Those who were rude enough to do this, in front of a guest speaker, are no doubt the student drivers who pay closer attention to their phones while driving rather than the train that is barreling down on them at a railroad crossing.

Life is precious.

You get one life.

You get countless messages.

Choose wisely.

JOYCE KOLLAJA

Hayden

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