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(KSL News) It's out with the old and in with the new for a Provo school. Construction crews demolished parts of the old Timpanogos Elementary School Wednesday in front of a crowd of neighbors and former students.
The school has stood on the grounds since 1892 but is being torn down to build a brand new Timpanogos Elementary in its place.
The new school will cost more than $10 million to build and won't be finished until October of 2008.