Woonsocket students seek change at highway intersection

By Carter Linke

As a result of insistence from Woonsocket High School’s student body, road work started on what is known as “the three-mile corner” at the junction of Highways 34 and 37. Rumble strips, four-way stop signs and red, flashing lights are changes being added to try to make the corner safer for drivers. The students of Woonsocket High School went to Pierre on Wednesday to thank the DOT.

In times of grief, it is often hard to find the right words. You may find it hard to speak in general. While this statement may reign true for many of us, the Woonsocket High School has been using their voices to initiate change within our community.  This tragedy has left our community devastated and left many searching for answers. 

The Woonsocket High School has been taking proactive steps to speak out against the Highway 34-37 junction, also known as the “Three-Mile Corner” by locals, after the tragic accident that took the lives of three young boys and injured two others. Students within the high school were actively searching for a solution to end this terror from striking our community again. This led students to take action by reaching out to various state departments and their local legislators asking for change.

…Read on in this week’s issue of the Sanborn Weekly Journal!

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