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Former Daycare Owners Offer No Answers to Parents

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BILLINGS, Mont. - Over a week since closing their doors, Brady Wagner and Carrie Orr Wagner, former Ahead of the Curve Child Development Center owners, have not reached out to parents regarding the closure.

Parents told KULR 8, an administrative assistant has been contacting parents and recently allowed parents to come gather belongings their children left behind.

Kate Hagenbuck is a mother of two and told KULR 8, the hardest part is explaining to her daughter, she longer gets to play with her friends and go to a place she has come to love.

When KULR 8 asked for a comment regarding the sudden closure, staff told us we were trespassing and called police. 

 

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