Nichols students gain valuable skills in auto class
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
A clouded headlight can be a hazard for oncoming traffic visibility.
Learning how to clean and polish the haze to clear is one of many skills Russellville High School senior Michael Matheis has learned in the automotive collision class at Nichols Career Center.
Instructor Dennis Bruemmer averages about 30 students each year; about one-third are second-year students.
Clearing headlights is a small piece of the larger services provided by body shops. By the time Matheis completes his second year in ....
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