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Temperature History - May 28

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  Today Normal Record 5/28/2015
High 90° 84° 101° (1939) 88°
Low 62° 54° 40° (1927) 61°

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CBS12 Chico

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week - Sethan Miller

Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week - Sethan Miller

Our latest Subway Scholar Athlete of the Week is junior Sethan Miller from Pleasant Valley High School.

He is an impressive student with a 3.5 GPA. His favorite subject is physics.

Miller is new to the northstate as his family moved here from Indiana in January. Miller says the transition has been easier than expected.

He has a big family with eight siblings, including a brother and sister who were both adopted from Ethiopia.

Miller is the top ranked high jumper in the Northern Section with a leap of six-feet eight-inches. He says he can go higher and hopes to continue improving for the rest of the season as well as his senior year.

Eventually Miller would like to land a college scholarship and jump for a Division-One program.


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