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High Plains Technology Center dedicates new training facility 

Business, industry and community leaders joined High Plains Technology Center in dedicating the school's newest addition during a reception Friday, June 6.

HPTC Superintendent Dwight Hughes said the school's new Energy Training Center (ETC) is "not only a great addition to High Plains, but also a great addition to Northwest Oklahoma and to the whole state of Oklahoma and even the United States."

That's because the new ETC building houses the only indoor energy climbing towers in the state and High Plains is perhaps the only school in the country to have such a facility, Hughes said.

In addition to 2 climbing towers, the new building also includes an equipment storage room, offices, classrooms, a meeting room, and a large open garage area.


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