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Jordan Daugherty of Prinsburg measures a piece of wood prior to cutting its with a table saw as first-year carpentry students from Ridgewater College build frames Tuesday at the site of the new Habitat for Humanity home under cosntruction on Northwood Court Northwest in Willmar. Tribune photo by Gary Miller

Students at Ridgewater work on the local Habitat for Humanity charter's 14th home

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First-year carpentry students from Ridgewater College spent Tuesday framing at the latest house being built by Habitat for Humanity of West Central Minnesota. The house, the 14th to be built by the local Habitat chapter and located on Northwood Court Northwest in Willmar, is the product of a partnership between Habitat and the college.

"From foundation to shingles, it's being done by students," said Jake Pulsifer, Ridgewater's first-year carpentry instructor.

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Gary Miller

Born and attended public schools in Willmar, Minn. Served 20 years in U.S. Navy as a photojournalist. Worked at West Central Tribune since retiring from the Navy in 1994.

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