BARRON, Wis. (WXOW) – “What a glorious day. It will certainly never be forgotten.”
Barron Area School District Superintendent Diane Tremblay began her remarks at Friday’s news conference about the safe return of Jayme Closs.
It has been 88 days of hope and prayers in the school district and community, she said in response to media questions.
Visibly emotional, Tremblay thanked Jayme “for being so courageous and for achieving an opportunity to find her way back to us.”
She said she looks forward to celebrating her return with the entire community.
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