Wade Poor, 17, took over his family's excavating business after his father became seriously ill. He switched to an accelerated learning program at Woodford County High School because he was forced to miss a lot of class time.
Wade Poor, 17, took over his family's excavating business after his father became seriously ill. He switched to an accelerated learning program at Woodford County High School because he was forced to miss a lot of class time.
Wade Poor, 17, took over his family's excavating business after his father became seriously ill. He switched to an accelerated learning program at Woodford County High School because he was forced to miss a lot of class time.

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June 08, 2011 12:00 AM

Woodford grad with ill father managed family business and school

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