Police, school administration seek to crack down on drugs following two-month investigation

By Adam Strunk The snow day, called for cold weather on Jan. 16, threw a wrench in the operation. Newton High School Principal Lisa Moore said 10 drug dogs from law enforcement agencies across the state were scheduled to sweep the high school on that day. That many dogs were needed, she said, to ensure they stayed sharp and didn’t tire out going through the


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