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Grace Miller – Daily Press  Raelynn Bean, left, and Leah Boone of Central Valley Electric Cooperative conduct safety lessons using the new Safety Board in Landon Ivy’s fifth-grade class at Central Elementary School.

Grace Miller – Daily Press
Raelynn Bean, left, and Leah Boone of Central Valley Electric Cooperative conduct safety lessons using the new Safety Board in Landon Ivy’s fifth-grade class at Central Elementary School.

By GRACE MILLER
Daily Press Staff Writer
Central Valley Electric (CVE) introduced its new Safety Demonstration Board this week to help area fifth-graders identify the dangers of being around “high voltage” electrical lines.
The week-long, in-depth safety demonstrations were given to a total of 1,500 children in the Artesia Public Schools as well as Lake Arthur, Hagerman, Dexter and Roswell. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.