Emporia State University student Christianne Parks tutors Howard Brammell, 17, in math at the Allen library. She said she’ll probably move away after she finishes school if the town’s internet service doesn’t get better.
Emporia State University student Christianne Parks tutors Howard Brammell, 17, in math at the Allen library. She said she’ll probably move away after she finishes school if the town’s internet service doesn’t get better. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle
Emporia State University student Christianne Parks tutors Howard Brammell, 17, in math at the Allen library. She said she’ll probably move away after she finishes school if the town’s internet service doesn’t get better. Dion Lefler The Wichita Eagle

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