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The half-constructed Southeast Area Tech Skills Center stands behind a sign showing a rendering of what the building may look like when it is completed. Walla Walla School Board members toured the project Tuesday night. The skills center is being funded mostly by the state and will include vocational programs for students from six different area districts.

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Tech skills center work on track

The Southeast Area Technical Skills Center is expected to open for classes by summer 2014.

WALLA WALLA — The $11.5 million Southeast Area Technical Skills Center is on time and on budget construction officials said during a tour of the facility by the Walla Walla School Board.

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