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Lake Mills, Northwood-Kensett Volleyball Teams Prepare for Regional Semi-Finals

All season long, the Lake Mills and Northwood-Kensett volleyball teams have been hoping to don just one thing on their uniform for Halloween: their school colors. Now, both will get exactly that opportunity Friday night in the regional semi-finals. Lake
 
 
 
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