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Ontonagon students attend Trump inauguration


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A group of Ontonagon Area High School students and chaperones gather for a photo in Washington D.C. with the White House in distance on Saturday. They were in nation's capital for the inauguration of President Donald Trump on Friday, as well as to see many monuments, museums and other points of interest. From left, are: first row, students Dominique Hamm, Alora Marks, Tasha Pantti, Jessie Nordang and chaperone Greg Betcher; second row, chaperone Tim Nelson and students Erik Betcher, Michael Banister, Ariel Voldarski, Taylor Saari, Lydia Strasser, Mackenzie Fredrickson, Noah Lukkari, Whitney Rule, Abby Ollila, Rory Labine, Austin Steve, Elijah Dupie, Kaili Wiener, Marissa Johns, Brittany Walters, Marcus Bierman and Cleo Allen.

ONTONAGON - Twenty-one Ontonagon Area High School students were among those who attended last week's inauguration of President Donald Trump in Washington D.C.

Besides attending the inauguration, the group also visited many sites around the capital city.

Along with two chaperones, the group left Ontonagon Jan. 17 and drove all night, arriving in Arlington, Va., around 1 p.m. the next day. They picked up their tour guide and visited Arlington National Cemetery. 

"We did not get a chance to tour the entire grounds, as it is 700 acres in size with approximately 400,000 people buried there,"...

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