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One hundred and twelve members of the Marching Knights of Irondale High School are spending an intense week at Bemidji State University learning their new marching routine and music for their competitive season. The marching band will compete in competitions culminating with a trip to St. Louis, Mo., to compete in Dance America. Josh Howe, staff instructor holds the music for flutists, from left, Kristin Rasmussen, Shivani Agrawal and Amelia King. The Marching Knights will provide a free performance from...

Marching Knights learn new routine and music

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One hundred and twelve members of the Marching Knights of Irondale High School are spending an intense week at Bemidji State University learning their new marching routine and music for their competitive season. The marching band will compete in competitions culminating with a trip to St. Louis, Mo., to compete in Dance America. Josh Howe, staff instructor holds the music for flutists, from left, Kristin Rasmussen, Shivani Agrawal and Amelia King. The Marching Knights will provide a free performance from 8:30-9:30 p.m. Friday at the Chet Anderson Stadium. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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