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Annika Yoder pours water in a hose during class on Thursday at Santa Fe 5/6 Center in Newton as part of class where students are studying Rome. Wendy Nugent/Newton Now
By Wendy Nugent, Newton Now Water is a life-giving force. It surrounds us. We couldn’t live without it. Today, we have complicated systems for transporting water to households, businesses and fire hydrants. In ancient times, they constructed aqueducts to carry the liquid throughout towns. On Thursday, Santa Fe sixth-grade student Annika Yoder concentrated intensely on the water she poured with her right hand into an


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