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Edgar Flores (left), a Worthington High School junior and a member of the junior varsity boys soccer team, douses water on his head to cool off Tuesday afternoon at soccer practice. Temperatures reached 90 degrees in Worthington Tuesday. “We try to keep it limited” coach Smitty Ektnitphong said of the hot-weather practice. (Veasey Conway/Daily Globe)

Summer isn’t over yet

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WORTHINGTON — Todd Meyer can’t remember the last time it’s been this hot to start a school year.

“It’s been a long time since there’s been this many days in a row where it’s been like this,” the Jackson County Central superintendent said. “This is my sixth year here at JCC, and this is the first time we’ve had this many days in row this hot at the beginning of the school year.”

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