Matlock campus is a lot smoother


September 1, 2022

Gordon Weeks

Matt Mallery begins his fourth year as the superintendent of the Mary M. Knight School District.

Mary M. Knight School District students returned to school Wednesday to find a much smoother campus.

During the summer, Granite Construction employees replaced the gravel driveways and parking lots for the two Matlock schools with 3 inches of asphalt. The lots offer angled parking, handicapped parking and ramps into the schools. Drainage links were re-established during the $630,000 project.

"You don't have to go through mud puddles and potholes to get to the high school," said Superintendent Matt Mallery. The asphalt provides a better surface for emergency vehicles and a fire wall, if need...

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