Opening the bridge

  • “City [of] Grants officials wanted the person who cut the ribbon to represent the most frequent users of the bridge, Grants High School students. Kristina Simpson was just that person. She is a great allaround student and athlete,” City of Grants Projects Coordinator Donald Jaramillo said as Simpson cuts the red ribbon signifying the opening of the new pedestrian bridge. Diego Lopez - CC
    “City [of] Grants officials wanted the person who cut the ribbon to represent the most frequent users of the bridge, Grants High School students. Kristina Simpson was just that person. She is a great allaround student and athlete,” City of Grants Projects Coordinator Donald Jaramillo said as Simpson cuts the red ribbon signifying the opening of the new pedestrian bridge. Diego Lopez - CC
GRANTS, N.M. — A small crowd gathered to celebrate the opening of the new pedestrian bridge at Grants High School. The project was initially designed to help the school close off its campus, as Washington Avenue cut right through it onto Roosevelt Avenue before the City of Grants, working with the Grants/Cibola County School District, closed off the road. Attending officials including City of…

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