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July 2, 1999

  • NEWS: One Woman's Battle

    'The world is changing; we're waking up,' says Susan Posen, speaking of her battle to banish rifle teams from high schools. While New York State and Nassau County do recognize riflery as an interscholastic sport, the Great Neck public schools do not have any rifle teams. FULL STORY

  • NEWS: A Closer Look:Intimate Terror

    Have you ever experienced terrorism? Perhaps you remember when the ''Son of Sam'' was stalking the city or you escaped the World Trade Building bombing or canceled a trip to a country that was rife with threats of terrorism or were compelled to fly immediately after a tragic airline bombing. Remember the sense of foreboding, the prickly feeling as the hair on the back of your neck rose, the sudden flush, the erratic heart throbbing. The body moves into a high state of alert with every sense heightened, every noise magnified, every nuance of a voice monitored and an underlying feeling of being the prey. FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: UCF Women's Tennis Tournament

    The Women's Singles Tennis Tournament was a terrific UCF day. Mary Reich (co-tennis director) was there to witness it all! Mary said, "It's nice to see the husbands watching the children, while mom gets her tennis in." FULL STORY

  • SPORTS: Great Neck Games 1999

    There were many touching and memorable moments at the Great Neck Games Special Olympics event, commencing with the Olympic Torch run led by Special Olympics athlete, Lee Wolbrom. Observing Special Olympics volunteer, Ed Fernbach, coach the Spirits before the basketball competitions began; a surprise presentation by Special Olympics athlete, Colette Gray, to Alan Someck; watching the Special Olympics athletes perform on the basketball court with pride and joy; noticing the families of the Special Olympics athletes cheering in the bleachers; listening to Coach John Grunebaum instruct the Special Olympics athletes with unfailing support and encouragement; hearing Coach Jon Folber's voice echo through the North High gym when he announced to the Special Olympics spectators that the Great Neck Spirits team placed second in the basketball competitions at the fourth annual Great Neck Games of 1999! FULL STORY

  • OPINION: Environmental Record
  • OPINION: Great Summer Jobs for Students!

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