Highland High School’s Bulldogs will continue playing on grass after school board members decided it was too risky to rely on donations for $775,000 in artificial turf plus $500,000 for replacement in 10 years.
Highland High School’s Bulldogs will continue playing on grass after school board members decided it was too risky to rely on donations for $775,000 in artificial turf plus $500,000 for replacement in 10 years. Zia Nizami BND file photo
Highland High School’s Bulldogs will continue playing on grass after school board members decided it was too risky to rely on donations for $775,000 in artificial turf plus $500,000 for replacement in 10 years. Zia Nizami BND file photo

Artificial turf is nice, but is it worth $3,000 per home game?

November 05, 2017 04:30 PM

UPDATED November 06, 2017 07:51 AM

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