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High school unveils new fine arts auditorium

A snapshot of Northside High Schools fine arts auditorium. Source: Taylor Barnhill A snapshot of Northside High Schools fine arts auditorium. Source: Taylor Barnhill

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COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) – Northside High School in Columbus, GA unveils its state-of-the-art fine arts facility.

We're told the facility will also be used by a nearby elementary school and middle school.

News Leader 9's Taylor Barnhill will take you behind the scenes of this $8.3 million auditorium.

We'll have a full report beginning on News Leader 9 at Five.

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