Michigan high school mulls installation of artificial turf field

Port Huron Northern High School in Michigan wants to replace its stadium's grass field with synthetic turf to make it safer for its athletes, but upfront costs are impeding the project's progress. The artificial turf field requires less maintenance and would be suitable for state playoff games, potentially bringing in more money to the district.

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