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Cub Scouts from Pack 183 — including Noah Schue, left, Wyatt Troutman, Nathan Ramirez, Matthew Sternberg and Jack Kelly — looked at the number on the side of a tire that displays the maximum amount of pressure a tire can hold during a bicycling education event Tuesday at Precious Blood School. Explaining the number to the boys was Jim Baugh of Jasper. …

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