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July 6, 2011

Replacing Eisenhower High in Yakima to cost $109.3M

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A curved blue wall flanking a courtyard was designed to represent the area’s river and canals.

Eisenhower High School in Yakima is more than 50 years old and showing its age. That's why the Yakima School District has budgeted $109.3 million to replace the campus at 40th Avenue and Tieton Drive on the city's west side.

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