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40-year-old lights finally getting replaced at Sioux City's high schools

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Monday night, school leaders approved a half-million dollar project to replace all of the lighting in the three high schools.

The lighting was installed when the high schools were built in 1972.

The district plans to replace the lighting with LED lighting.

While it will mean more money up front, officials say it will pay off with energy savings in the end.

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