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Superintendent Bob Graham and Buddy moved to Hoven, S.D., a year after the high school burned down. Twice retired, Graham said he envisions spending a few more years at work, helping students and staff adjust to the new building, set to open in August, before retiring for good. Buddy is an unofficial service dog to students experiencing medical, emotional or behavioral turmoil during the day. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media
Superintendent Bob Graham and Buddy moved to Hoven, S.D., a year after the high school burned down. Twice retired, Graham said he envisions spending a few more years at work, helping students and staff adjust to the new building, set to open in August, before retiring for good. Buddy is an unofficial service dog to students experiencing medical, emotional or behavioral turmoil during the day. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Superintendent Bob Graham and Buddy moved to Hoven, S.D., a year after the high school burned down. Twice retired, Graham said he envisions spending a few more years at work, helping students and staff adjust to the new building, set to open in August, before retiring for good. Buddy is an unofficial service dog to students experiencing medical, emotional or behavioral turmoil during the day. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Superintendent Bob Graham and Buddy moved to Hoven, S.D., a year after the high school burned down. Twice retired, Graham said he envisions spending a few more years at work, helping students and staff adjust to the new building, set to open in August, before retiring for good. Buddy is an unofficial service dog to students experiencing medical, emotional or behavioral turmoil during the day. By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

Superintendent Bob Graham and Buddy moved to Hoven, S.D., a year after the high school burned down. Twice retired, Graham said he envisions spending a few more years at work, helping students and staff adjust to the new building, set to open in August, before retiring for good. Buddy is an unofficial service dog to students experiencing medical, emotional or behavioral turmoil during the day.
By Wendy Royston/Dakotafire Media

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