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The Crookston High School Marching Band Instructor Chris Gough is looking to change their look with new uniforms, which were unveiled at the Crookston High School Band Concert last week.  Crookston currently has red, black, and white uniforms and they are several decades old and are getting tough to keep up and it is time to update the uniforms, most importantly, in school colors.  “First of all the new uniforms are in school colors, so I really like that.  It would include new uniforms, new hats, new shoes, and we are also looking at doing some new uniforms for the Treasurettes as well,” said Gough. “The reason why we are trying to do new uniforms now is because the old uniforms are deteriorating and are becoming harder to maintain and there are a lot of individual parts that get lost throughout the course of the year and they are also red, white and black.”  The new uniforms should be easy to maintain and care for. “The new uniforms would have two parts and one size fits all.  They would have snap hems that would allow for length, so a student could get a uniform in ninth grade and keep the uniform until they graduate,” said Gough.

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