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July 17, 1998

  • NEWS: People Are Talking About Kids, Guns and Safety

    Standing before a throng of reporters in room 450 of the Old Executive Office Building, adjacent to the White House, President Bill Clinton on Wednesday spoke about guns, youths involved in gun violence, and the need for more people to feel they have a responsibility and a stake in assuring that incidents like those that occurred in Springfield, Oregon and Jonesboro, Arkansas won't soon be repeated. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: Sewanhaka High School Celebrates Graduation

    Neither the threat of thunderstorms nor the heat and humidity could dampen the spirits of the Sewanhaka High School graduating Class of 1998. As the future graduates anxiously awaited the playing of Pomp and Circumstance, they hugged fellow classmates and fondly reflected upon their six years at Sewanhaka High School. Student Council President Alex Pecor aptly voiced the sentiments of the graduates commenting that, "Time is a great teacher." Over the years at Sewanhaka the graduates have grown and learned to accept responsibility. More importantly, they are prepared to accept whatever life throws at them. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Gulotta, Olympic Gymnast Dominique Dawes and Ted Turner Prepare for Goodwill Games
  • OPINION: An Issue Of Real and Vital Importance

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