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August 17, 2014 7:23 PM

Pembroke Hill bus riders will be buckling seat belts

Pembroke Hill may be the first school in the region to require the safety devices on full-size buses, school officials say. Nationwide, the belts remain uncommon. Missouri and Kansas are among 44 states that do not require them. Even so, Pembroke officials decided that extra safety factor was most important.

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