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Injured St. Croix Lutheran High School hockey player returns home

The Star Tribune reports Jenna Privette was released from Gillette Children's Hospital Friday. The high school senior is recovering from an injury during a hockey game last month. According to her Caringbridge site, she started to regain feeling in her thighs last week.
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The Star Tribune reports Jenna Privette was released from Gillette Children's Hospital Friday. The high school senior is recovering from an injury during a hockey game last month. According to her Caringbridge site, she started to regain feeling in her thighs last week.

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