HERMISTON - The Army last week selected Hermiston High School as the site of a Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps program (JROTC). The program, opening in fall, will serve students in grades 9-12.

"The Army JROTC program will substantially enhance the course offerings available to our students," Hermiston High School Principal Buzz Brazeau said. "

Students interested in signing up can do so through their high school counselor. More information is available at www.usarmyjrotc.com.

- Eric Florip

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