By Douglas Soule, Mountain State Spotlight
October 29, 2020
The two towers rivaled the height of the neighboring school.
An assortment of slides slithered from the towers, which rose from opposing ends of a criss-cross of ladders, stairs and playground equipment. Grass and weeds grew up in scattered tufts in the mulch below.
While students can attend in-person classes twice a week at Kellogg Elementary School in Huntington, the playground is...