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Published January 12, 2013 1:01 am
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Re "Cottonwood benefactor built football program into success, only to be told to leave" (Tribune, Dec. 31):

With a paltry 68 percent graduation rate ("High school graduation rates up in Utah," Tribune, Jan. 3), the Granite School Board should be showering Scott Cate with roses, not vilifying him for his hours and hours of donated time and millions spent in support of Cottonwood High School students.

Craig Hansell





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